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.
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