The Modern Art Notes Podcast is going back on the road for a live-audience taping! Join us at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis on Saturday at 11am for a taping with "Donald Judd: The Multicolored Works" curator and former Chinati Foundation director Marianne Stockebrand.

One of the highlights of any visit to the Pulitzer is Joe (2000), Richard Serra’s first torqued spiral. The first two images are via Flickr user MBK, who has posted a nice set of 50 pictures of Joe.

"Donald Judd: The Multicolored Works" is the first museum exhibition to focus on Judd’s use of color, and more specifically Judd’s use of color in the 1980s, when he discovered a process that enabled a new kind of sculpture. "The Multicolored Works" will include over 20 Judd sculptures and 30 works on paper and collages from the collection of the Judd Foundation that reveal Judd’s creative process. It will be on view from May 10 through January 4.

If you’re able to come to the taping, please be sure to say hi!

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