History of Our World

8 Untitled Works | Josie Miner

Posted in Architecture, Art, Photography by A on October 19, 2010

All fifteen concrete works by Donald Judd cast and assembled on-site in Marfa, Texas between 1980 through 1984. Each measures 2.5 x 2.5 x 5 meters.


Shade is short and miles away, tucked between the Chinati mountains and the Mexican border.

In the low, lonely horizontal blue desert plain of the Chihuahuan.

As day dims, light is long.

Bowing towards the horizon, the retiring sun sets the sky ablaze and the desert aglow.

A weightless, soft sensual glow : purple mountain silhouettes, capacious sky, undulating glass, amber cactus and concrete.

Light and dark, land and sky and blue and melt.

The cool, quiet haze of dark generously gives way to starry desert night dreams.

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A Magazine #9

Proenza Shouler : Tom Watt : Ian Davies : Nathalie Ours

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2009

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Josie Miner

Donald Judd

The Chinati Foundation

A Magazine

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  1. INSPIRATION: Josie Miner « DANIEL JOURNAL said, on October 22, 2010 at 08:50

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  2. [...] Josie Miner photographed Donald Judd’s Marfa sculptures. [History of Our World] [...]

  3. yhbhs said, on October 26, 2010 at 07:50

    incredible works and photographs…

  4. cartweel said, on November 7, 2010 at 01:35

    I just want to say that this is my favorite blog.


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