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Rainer Judd, about devoting herself to her father’s legacy.
LINK to The Telegraph’s article
Rainer says her father also encouraged her to wonder about the world. Nothing was ever too goofy to ask about, she says. There were only a few areas where he’d get stumped. Rainer recalls one occasion when she wanted to discuss a poem she had written and he told her that he didn’t feel he could talk about poetry. I don’t know whether perhaps he just didn’t like my poem, she says.
Donald Judd’s loft at 101 Spring Street