Collaboratively organized by The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University, Judd Foundation Co-President Flavin Judd will speak about the recent three-year restoration process of 101 Spring Street, Donald Judd’s New York City home. Purchased by Donald Judd in 1968, the SoHo building is where he installed permanent installations by many of the artists he admired, including Dan Flavin, David Novros, and Claes Oldenburg. The project was one of the most comprehensive restorations of a cast iron building in New York's history and Judd Foundation was awarded a 2013 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award from The New York Landmarks Conservancy for this effort.
Flavin Judd oversees and designs all architectural projects and art installations, and manages curatorial matters for Judd Foundation. He is responsible for design decisions across the Foundation’s many projects, as well as general management.