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Judd’s loft to be renovated

The Judd Foundation has announced the that it is beginning a $30 million capital campaign to restore sculptor Donald Judd’s home at 101 Spring St. in New York. The building will be closed during the three-year project. Upon completion, the foundation plans to use the building’s ground floor for public programs. Judd purchased the 1870 cast-iron facade building in 1968. As an exemplar of a re-purposed SoHo loft, and home to Judd’s experiments with permanent installations, it is among the founding sites of Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios for the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

also by Bill Davenport
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