School of Architecture
2015 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship
Donna Cohen, Associate Professor of Architecture, used her 2015 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to begin work on curating, designing, and fabricating an exhibit on the architectural work of Donald Judd.
Donald Judd, one of the most important artists of the 20th century, made architecture; this exhibit is the first to focus on built and unrealized projects, previously published and unpublished, and to communicate the vast breadth and range in size and scope of his proposals to a wide audience. Not only does the exhibit make visible Judd’s interest and ability in designing environments at every scale, it also prompts and informs timely discussions on the future of those works of architecture. Read More “Donna Cohen”