He worked for ARTnews, Arts Magazine and Art International as an art critic for a decade, leaving as part of his legacy a number of theoretical writings on art and exhibition practices.
In the 1960s, Judd began to exhibit regularly in New York, as well as across the United States, Europe and Japan. His work has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American art in New York, The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, The Saint Louis Art Museum, The Museum of Modern Art in Saitama, Japan, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and the Tate Modern in London, among others.
He received grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Swedish Institute, and the John Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He moved to Marfa, Texas, in the 1970s, where he founded the Chinati Foundation on the site of the former Fort D.A. Russell. According to the Foundation's mission statement and history, the specific intention of Chinati is to preserve and present to the public permanent large-scale installations by a limited number of artists.
From juddfoundation.org and chinati.org
|Untitled woodblock print|
|Untitled woodcut and oil on paper|
|Untitled works in milled aluminum at the Chinati|