Working Papers: Donald Judd Drawings, 1963-93
4 August - 22 October 2012
The work of Donald Judd changed the course of sculpture in the 20th Century. As the first exhibition in Scotland to study Judd's studio methods, Working Papers focused upon the instructional drawings he and his fabricators created.
Displayed in the Georgian Gallery in three distinct groups, the drawings included private studio drawings related to the fewer than 20 sculptures he made himself between 1962 and 1964, fabricators drawings from 1964 and a third type mostly from the 1970's that are formal 'portrait' drawings made by Judd from his sculptures, often long after the works had been made.