By Judd Foundation
October 22–December 18, 2021
Public hours: Thursday–Saturday, 1:00–5:00pm
Judd Foundation is pleased to present inbetweenness, an exhibition of works by Felix Gonzalez-Torres on the ground floor of 101 Spring Street in New York. The exhibition includes “Untitled” (Loverboy) (1989) and “Untitled” (1991-1993), works that engage the distinctions between art and architecture, the public and the private, and specificity and indeterminacy.
Curated by Flavin Judd, the works were selected with consideration to the way in which they would respond to the architecture of 101 Spring Street. Judd notes “I am interested in the way Felix Gonzalez-Torres infused meaning into objects. The exhibition allows for the viewer to see how these two works deal with space: neither of them are on the floor, you are in them to some extent not walking around them but walking along them. The primary interest was in matching the works to the space and letting them both interact.”
The exhibition is accompanied by a newsprint publication edited by Flavin Judd and Caitlin Murray that includes newly commissioned texts by Josh T Franco, Raquel Gutiérrez, Grant Leuning, Caitlin Murray, and Eileen Myles.
inbetweeness is part of Judd Foundation’s ongoing exhibition series. Since 2015, Judd Foundation has organized exhibitions of works by Alvar Aalto, John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Yayoi Kusama, Richard Long, James Rosenquist, and Lauretta Vinciarelli. Held on the ground floor of 101 Spring Street, these exhibitions continue a practice begun by Judd of using the ground floor as a public exhibition space. During his lifetime, Judd organized exhibitions at 101 Spring Street of the work of Richard Paul Lohse, Meg Webster, Hyong-Keun Yun and multiple group exhibitions to benefit the War Resisters League.