Until 1984 Donald Judd limited his palette to the industrial colours of the materials he worked with. After he encountered the technique of enamelled aluminium in Switzerland, he made a series of coloured works like this. He sought combinations in the colours that were neither harmonious nor disharmonious. He looked for the multiple manifestations of the colour, without seeking to construct an aesthetic effect.
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|Material and technique||Fired pigment, aluminium|
Sculpture > Three-dimensional object > Art object
|Location||This object is in storage|
Height 150 cm
Length 900 cm
Width 165 cm
|Accession number||BEK 1632 a-z (MK)|
|Credits||Aankoop met steun van / Purchase with support of: de Vereniging Rembrandt 1987|
De collectie als tijdmachine (2017)
|Research||Digitising Contemporary Art|
|Geographical origin||The United States of America > North America > America|
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Excelsior Springs 1928 - New York 1994
Around 1960, Judd, who has been trained as an artist and art historian, began experimenting with three-dimensional shapes. For his sculptures he mainly used...Bekijk het volledige profiel