The Glass House Blog

Discuss Conservation of Artist Donald Judd’s Sculpture at the Glass House


The cleaning and repair of Donald Judd’s first site-specific concrete sculpture, Untitled, 1971 is going on now at the Glass House.  Learn about the conservation process and the history of the piece, check out photos as the work progresses + post your questions here on the Glass House blog.

What philosophical and technical questions arise about the preservation of the work and the legacy of Donald Judd?

Glass House Conversations and the Glass House Blog will serve as a public forum to delve into philosophical and technical questions about the conservation of the sculpture, Untitled, 1971,  modern preservation and the legacy of Donald Judd.

Flavin Judd, Donald Judd’s son and one of the founding board members of Judd Foundation, hosted the dialogue on our website for the launch of this project. Amanda Trienens, lead conservator on this Glass House Preservation project joined the conversation, and will continue to answer your questions about the project here on our blog.

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