May 2013

the Judd Foundation’s 101 Spring Street

Guy Nordenson

GUY NORDENSON  FOR MANY YEARS, my only experiences of 101 Spring Street were the glimpses of Donald Judd’s desk and Carl Andre’s 1986 brick work Manifest Destiny that I saw through the ground-floor windows of the building. I was impressed by the constancy of these two objects. Judd’s building was an oasis of tenacious lucidity in the rapidly changing context of SoHo. …

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