According to an email broadcast last week, The Chinati Foundation’s John Chamberlain Building needs roof repairs, the adobe and concrete walls need patching, and the Donald Judd-designed wooden doors and windows are rotting and need to be replaced. The Foundation is looking for year-end donations to help pay for the fixes, calling the former wool and mohair warehouse “the largest and most beautiful permanent installation of the artist’s work to be found anywhere in the world.” Can’t argue.
also by Bill Davenport
- DMA Crane Flip Video - April 26th, 2015
- Helmreich New Dean of Fine Arts at TCU - April 25th, 2015
- Two Cents for Houston's New Cultural Plan - April 25th, 2015
- New Art Lands in the Woodlands - April 24th, 2015
- Bob Wade Revamps First Public Sculpture - in Waco! - April 19th, 2015