Donald Judd’s creative repertoire spans a spectrum–from painting to architecture–but perhaps his most well-known work is located in the small town of Marfa, Texas. In partnership with the Dia Art Foundation, he transformed hundreds of acres of ranch land and an old military base into an art museum, architecture offices, studios and homes. 15 Untitled Works in Concrete (shown), one of his larger public art works, demonstrates a philosophy that hinges on the emphasis of a sense of place and the interaction between man and nature.
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