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Theory Seminar: The Shape of Behaviour 2

Rosalind Krauss in her article ‘Allusion and Illusion in Donald Judd’ criticises Judd, who believes in creating works with no allusion or illusion, saying that his work does allude to other things.   412 more words


Theory Lecture 2: Minimalism

Donald Judd was a prominent and respected artist and critic throughout the 60s-80s. Having started as a painter, his work began to move away from works with ‘illusory’ qualities in the early 60s and in 1964 he was commissioned to write a survey of art which became the foundation theory for the movement that became known as ‘Minimalism’. 746 more words


Biography of Ira "M" Judd

Autobiography of Ira “M” Judd

written by Sarah Judd Jackson

Ira Judd, son of Hyrum Judd and Lisania Judd was born Farmington, Davis County, Utah, the thirteenth of June 1854. 3,062 more words

Family History

My favorite spur (at least one of them) one more time...

On the outskirts of Marfa, Texas, there is a lonely little spur that services a very small operation that transloads molasses for cattle.  I had earlier done a… 502 more words

Wynonna Judd is back with a tour and a brand new album!

Wynonna Judd fans are going to kick off 2015 the right way!

The singer has announced she’s hitting the road for a series of performances, and we couldn’t be more excited. 221 more words



 The movie De-Lovely is loosely based on the life of Cole Porter.  Cole Porter was an American songwriter and composer whose music and musicals thrived in the 1920s and 1930s. 307 more words