Episode 1 - Donald Judd + Marfa
Inspired Season 1 • Documentary, TV-PG, 03-Sep-2017
Minimalist artist Donald Judd was one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. After moving to Marfa, Texas, in 1971, he gradually turned the empty and dilapidated town into one of the art world’s most important destinations.
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Episode 2 - Tadao Ando + Naoshima
How did Naoshima become “Japan’s art island”? It was due largely to renowned architect Tadao Ando and his extraordinarily unique series of museums, which are home to works by everyone from James Turrell to Claude Monet.
Episode 3 - Georgia O’Keeffe + New Me...
When Georgia O’Keeffe moved to New Mexico, the stunning desert landscapes radically changed the way she painted, inspiring her for the next 50 years and cementing her as one of the most important American painters of the 20th century.
Episode 4 - Keith Haring + Brazil
Most people associate Keith Haring with New York City, but the pop artist also made a splash in Bahia, Brazil, where he decorated artist Kenny Scharf’s beach house with murals inspired by the local landscape and people.