New York Times reviews Donald Judd: ‘Stacks’


Judd Tully was mentioned by Roberta Smith in the her Review of Mnuchin Gallery’s Donald Judd “Stacks” show.

“One of the signature works Judd devised was the “stack,” a vertical column of cantilevered boxes marching up a wall, defining space in alternating positive and negative volumes of equal size. In the catalog to the exhibition at the Mnuchin Gallery, the art critic Judd Tully aptly calls the stacks “regal.” They have the implacable presence of ships’ prows or big trees but without the ponderous weight.”


Read the original review here.

Read Judd Tully’s essay for Stacks here.

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