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Donald Judd
Why it’s undervalued: “If you’re looking for segments that are underperforming right now and shouldn’t be, the first one that comes to mind is minimalism,” says David Zwirner. “Whether it’s Judd or Flavin or LeWitt, they’re in all the history books, but their prices seem to be much lower than they should be. And museums, if they do not own this work already, will want to own this work. I think there’s value there.”

What’s on the block: Untitled 88-27 (1988), above, May 14 at Phillips de Pury (estimate: $500,000-$700,000); Untitled (DSS 219) (1970), May 13 at Christie’s (estimate: $600,000-$800,000); Untitled 1977 (77-19 bernstein), May 14 at Christie’s (estimate: $300,000-$400,000).


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