Donald Judd was closely connected to Switzerland throughout this life. From the early 1970s until his death, the American artist produced significant exhibitions there. Though his residences in Marfa and New York are legendary, less well-known is the hotel at Eichholteren which Judd transformed into an extraordinary residence on the banks of Lake Lucerne that tests the tensions and affinities between Swiss architecture and his own doctrines of function and design.
Surveying the sculpture and objects Judd created and exhibited in Switzerland, as well as the interior of his residence in Eichholteren, a former Inn, that he designed. Oversize and with crisp images printed with a high-gloss varnish. Text in English and German. Item #1192.