This Saturday at BEVERLY: “Learning from Donald Judd”

Posted by Fort Gondo on December 5, 2013 | Comments Off on This Saturday at BEVERLY: “Learning from Donald Judd”

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fort gondo presents, in collaboration with The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts:

“Learning from Donald Judd”

December 7, 2013 – January 4, 2014

Opening reception – an OFFICIAL REOPENING OF BEVERLY – Saturday, December 7, 7-10 PM

An exhibition of Judd-like artwork by:

Rebecca Bodicky, Dan Brewer, Jen Burris, Alex Early, Jesse Firestone, Kristin Fleischmann Brewer, Ryan Forman, Blair Johnson, Carrie Keasler, Cole Lu, Philip Matthews, Joseph Rater, Edo Rosenblith, Judith Shaw, Emmeline Solomon, Laurencia Strauss and Daniel Stumeier (among others).

 

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This event series invited artists and community members to look closely at The Pulitzer Foundation’s current exhibition, “Donald Judd: The Multicolored Works”; collect household materials to create their own Judd-like objects; and then exhibit their hand-made Judds at beverly, fort gondo compound for the arts’ new project space.

Riffing off the seminal 1972 book by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott-Brown, “Learning from Las Vegas,” which found high theory in vernacular forms, this event series inverts this premise and invites vernacular materials (shoeboxes, scrap wood, poster paint, etc.) to assume high form (Judd’s objects). As Donald Judd’s work visually lends itself to tactility and play, this open collaboration literally realizes that potential.

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BEVERLY (next door to fort gondo)
3155 Cherokee Street | www.fortgondo.com

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
3716 Washington Boulevard | www.pulitzerarts.org

Image design: Jesse Firestone


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