Donald Judd 1959
[There are] five white, very large paintings in this show. The space is shallow, close to the surface and achieved by innumerable small arcs superimposed on a black ground overlain with a wash of white. The effect is both complex and simple... The total quality suggests an analogy to a large, fragile, but vigorously carved grill or to a massive, solid lace.
A review of Yayoi Kusama’s first solo show in New York City.
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