Collection by Heather Corcoran

Iconic Light Works Find Home at 101 Spring

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In New York's SoHo, art, architecture, and design meet in a new exhibition series that lets visitors peek into the home and studio of a pioneering artist.

In the 1960s, artist Donald Judd—best known for the minimalist sculptures he referred to as "specific objects"—was one...
"I thought the building should be repaired and basically not changed," Judd said in 1989.
Flavin created minimalist sculptures using commercially available flourescent lights, like the 1977 piece seen here,...
Pieces like untitled (to Bob and Pat Rohm) from 1969 were designed to interact directly with the architecture around...
While access to 101 Spring's upper floors requires advance reservations, the first floor exhibitions will be open to...
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