Knowing that the Museum of Modern Art was in the process of planning a Donald Judd retrospective, the Pulitzer invited Ann Temkin to lead a two-day symposium that considered the artist’s multicolored work within the larger context of his career. The first of three sessions focused on Judd’s innovations as a colorist and contextualized his various approaches. The second session, led by Richard Shiff, considered whether Judd’s multicolored works present a new idiom or if they attest to a continuity in his oeuvre as a whole. The final session, moderated by David Raskin, turned to the subject of Judd’s politics and ethics. Where, the group considered, might we locate the artist’s ethics in these multicolored works?