Donald judd good chair is a good chair
Donald Judd a Good Chair Is a Good Chair by Donald JuddDonald Judd is widely regarded as one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. A key exponent of minimalism, Judd (1928-1994) worked across art, furniture and architecture.Ikon presents the first major exhibition in the UK exclusively devoted to Judds furniture and related drawings. A good chair is a good chair comprises chairs, beds, shelves, desks and tables made from solid wood, metal and ply, charting the re?nement of Judds design and production processes
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A Good Chair is a Good Chair : Donald Judd
Daily, am - pm. Donald Judd is widely regarded as one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. These are rarely shown outside of his adopted home of Marfa, Texas. Constructed from timber-yard pine planks nailed together, they clearly inform his later designs which became more commercially orientated. The configuration and scale of art cannot be transposed into furniture and architecture.
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In Praise of Chairs
This bilingual catalogue English and German also includes texts by the artist and design critic Alex Coles. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 22 Sept.
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Don Judd designed furniture in wood and metal for which he maintained a small distribution. He explained and defended his thinking on design and furniture, defining his approach to proportion and scale, fabrication, and exhibition. Over 70 of his designs are available for custom order. In the middle s I wrote that in the middle s someone asked me to design a coffee table. I thought that a work of mine which was essentially a rectangular volume with the upper surface recessed could be altered. This debased the work and produced a bad table, which I later threw away.