Donald Judd @ MoMA

Yesterday was one of those rare days where both kids were gone from the house for a big chunk of the day. So, I decided to take advantage of it and go see the newly opened Donald Judd exhibit at the MoMA. Although it was opening day to the public, I arrived right when it opened and there was no line whatsoever, I literally waltzed in solo to the exhibit.

 

I was first introduced to Donald Judd’s work when we went to Marfa in 2014 and have been a fan ever since. It is simple, geometric, different, and a statement.

Big boxes — what’s not to love?

Although the exhibit was unique, there is no comparison to Marfa. Marfa is beyond.

Jenga.

Legos.

Hopscotch.

Ladder. Or bunk beds.

Details.

Space.

 

I highly recommend walking through the exhibit if you happen to be in New York City. The show runs until July 11th, so plenty of time. And it is moments like these when I am thankful to live in the beautiful city!

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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2 Comments

  1. Awesome photos!! I’m not familiar with Judd’s work; however, thank you for tagging your experience with his other exhibit. I’ve been meaning to go to the MOMA and check out the ballerina exhibit at the Met! Thank you for the reminder 🙂

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