"The book explores Judd's history, politics, and biography in a way that is both fascinating and dense, approachable and abstract—echoing the strangely affecting nature of the work itself." —Cindy Widner, Austin Chronicle
(Cindy Widner Austin Chronicle
"Raskin's monograph is a dense critical commentary on an artist whose work is due for precisely this kind of revisiting."—G. R. Brown, CHOICE
(G. R. Brown CHOICE
"[A] must-have. . . . Remarkably, the first major monograph devoted to Judd."—Dyal Blog
“Referencing Judd’s writings, interviews, and works as well as those of many art critics, philosophers, scholars, and artists, this generously illustrated book (60 color and 80 monochrome reproductions) featuring creations by Judd and many contemporary artists is well documented, nicely presented, and intellectually stimulating.”—Library Journal
About the Author
David Raskin is professor of Art History, Theory, and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.