Donald Judd Show at the MoMA

Donald Judd's work looks cheerful, and so do the galleries, with colorful installations both on the floor and on the wall. The industrial aspect of Donald Judd's work reminds me of a standardized factory line. However, there is movement, balance, and color in his modern forms. The colors are magnificent: cadmium red, virilium yellow, and many others. Named as the leader of "Minimalism," Judd created repeated forms that he arranged in a specific formula order.

I am grateful I had the opportunity to see his work. If you visit, take the audio with you to get more in-depth information about the artwork.