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Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts. Comprising ten pairs, this edition of twenty woodcuts—one of the largest suites of prints in Judd’s body of work—was completed by Judd Foundation this year, using the original proofs from 1992 to 1993.

 

Similar to Judd’s “stacks”—groups of wall-mounted boxes that form columns of alternating solids and voids—these prints reflect the artist’s decades-long interest in symmetry, color, material, and space.

The female Venus form started appearing in Koons’s work in the late 1970s, and he sees Snorkel Vest and Aqualung (both 1985) as feminine and masculine representations of the Venus of Willendorf. “Looking at these sculptures of inflatable life-saving devices, you become aware of their anthropomorphic aspects,” the artist says. “Their reference to human membrane is present along with the consciousness that both biological and cultural memory is life-saving. Certain works of mine have a dialogue with time and space through the references of human history and my Venus sculptures are an example of those.”

“I want every twist in that balloon sculpture to be authentic—not a simulation or an idea of a twist, but an actual twist—so that I can maintain that kind of suspension of disbelief.”
— Jeff Koons
“I want every twist in that balloon sculpture to be authentic—not a simulation or an idea of a twist, but an actual twist—so that I can maintain that kind of suspension of disbelief.”
— Jeff Koons
“I want every twist in that balloon sculpture to be authentic—not a simulation or an idea of a twist, but an actual twist—so that I can maintain that kind of suspension of disbelief.”
— Jeff Koons
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Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts. Comprising ten pairs, this edition of twenty woodcuts—one of the largest suites of prints in Judd’s body of work—was completed by Judd Foundation this year, using the original proofs from 1992 to 1993.

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts.

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts.

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts.

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Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts.

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Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint, etching, screen printing, and, primarily, woodcuts.

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Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint

Widely known for his three-dimensional works, Donald Judd also articulated his rich visual vocabulary through printing techniques including aquatint