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    • Bret Dayton

      Donald Judd 'Untitled [Six boxes]' 1974 Brass 101.6 x 736.6 x 101.6 cm (installation), 101.6 x 101.6 x 101.6 cm (each)

    • Personne gauchere

      Donald JUDD "Untitled" [Six boxes] 1974- brass, 6 units, installation 101.6 (h) x 736.6 (w) x 101.6 (d) cm each 101.6 (h) x 101.6 (w) x 101.6 (d) cm not signed, not dated, Purchased 1975, NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA- NGA 1975.150.A-F © Donald Judd. Licensed by VAGA & VISCOPY, Australia Provenance: Gian Enzo Sperone Gallery, New York; from whom bought by the Australian National Gallery, September 1975

    • Stella Bok

      Donald Judd.Untitled (Six boxes) 1974. Brass. via: sketchasphereofinfluence

    • Sharps & Taylors

      crematorie: Donald Judd, Untitled. (via) - copper cubes

    • manca zugic

      arpeggia: Donald Judd - Untitled (Six Boxes), 1974

    • brad scoggins

      donald judd, untitled (six boxes) (1974)


      Donald Judd #arts #installation

    • Alfie Sadowski

      Donald Judd. Installation Art.

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