Inside a Beautiful Home of Two Minimalist Tastemakers
February 27, 2018 - table lamp
AS PEAK practice go, it was a small on a still side. “I went to Marfa and we slept in Donald Judd’s bed, and we was really happy,” says art executive Fabien Baron. The year was 1995, and Baron was operative on a Calvin Klein ad debate set during a minimalist artist’s Chinati Foundation in a grasslands of West Texas. Judd had died a year before, and Baron was in fact put adult during a Arena, one of a buildings infrequently non-stop to guests, since hotels in Marfa were wanting during a time. What he remembers most, he says, was Judd’s clever positioning of a mattress in a center of a floor—and a dull space.