Situated in the heart of SoHo's Cast-Iron Historic District, 101 Spring Street is the home and studio of American artist Donald Judd (1928–94), a lasting piece of the community of artists who transformed SoHo's industrial buildings into live-work studios in the 1960s and '70s. Throughout the five floors of Judd's living and working space, visitors experience Judd's careful installation of more than 200 works of art and design from Europe, Asia and Africa, including works by Alvar Aalto, Ad Reinhardt, Dan Flavin, Claes Oldenburg and John Chamberlain. Judd Foundation offers public visits Tuesday through Saturday (advance reservations required), and group visits by appointment.
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