'Art has long had separate parts but the best work has become, with time and difficulty, preeminent. This is now threatened. An old example from the '50's of categorization is printmaking. It was completely separate from art in general and had its own masters... Printmaking seemed to be dead forever. Yet in the '60's it was revived by several painters and is now, again, a serious form of art.'
Donald Judd, A Long Discussion, Not About Master-pieces but Why There are so Few of Them: Part II, First published in: Art in America, October 1984, pp.. 9-15; reprinted in: Art Monthly, February 1985, pp. 3-9.