"Obdurate Space: Architecture of Donald Judd” revisits the prominent artist's built and unbuilt visions

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"Obdurate Space: Architecture of Donald Judd" is a new exhibition at the AIANY Center for Architecture that explores the built and unbuilt architectural projects of prominent 20th-century artist — and American master minimalist — Donald Judd. The exhibition was curated and designed by Armstrong + Cohen Architecture co-founders Claude Armstrong and Donna Cohen, who were Judd's architectural assistants in the 1980s.

The exhibition has models, photos, drawings, and interpretive digital renderings of five of Judd's most mature architectural works, which illustrate his formal consistency across various scales and complexity. The projects are: the Concrete Buildings in Marfa, Texas; the urban proposal for downtown Cleveland, Ohio; the Eichholteren Haus, Küssnacht-am-Rigi, Switzerland; the Kunsthaus Bregenz Office and Archive Building, Austria; and Bahnhof Ost Basel, Switzerland. 

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