"Usually when someone says a thing is too simple, they're saying that certain familiar things aren't there, and they're seeing a couple maybe that are left, which they count as a couple, that's all. But actually there may be those couple of things and several new things to which they aren't paying attention. These may be quite complex." – Donald Judd
Stopped by the Dan Flavin and Donald Judd exhibit at the new David Zwirner building over the weekend. Only two of the five expected presentation floors are open for now, but the beautiful Judd sculpture makes the visit worth it. I see this same kind of grounded minimalism in the kind of dressing I am drawn to lately – it’s in an old photo of Lee Radziwill, always chic (her recent interview with Sophia Coppola I enjoyed); a handsome man with a nice watch and faded blue jeans.
1. Untitled by Donald Judd. First photo taken by me, last exhibit photo via David Zwirner. Andrew also really liked the photo exhibit next door at Jack Shainman, massive and stunning film photos by Zwelethu Mthethwa. 2. Lee Radizwell, photo via Amanda Brook’s I Love Your Style. She always posts the best vintage photos. 3. Gardner McKay photo via tumblr.