chinati: the vision of donald judd is the first comprehensive overview of the marfa, texas museum's history and collection. it describes in detail how donald judd developed his ideas surrounding the role of art and museums from the early 1960s onward, culminating in the creation of chinati. this sumptuously illustrated book surveys the history of judd's work in marfa and then presents the individual museum installations in chronological order. stunning photographs fill the book along with essays by marianne stockebrand; rudi fuchs, former director of the stedelijk museum in amsterdam; thomas kellein, director of the kunsthalle bielefeld in germany and nicholas serota, director of the tate in london. chinati: the vision of donald judd offers a personal invitation to the reader to discover marfa and judd's achievements in a more upclose and indepth way than ever before.
chinati: the vision of donald judd
- measures 10" x 11½"
- 327 pages
- published october 2010