Chinati’s entire permanent collection as well as the special exhibitions will be open to the public, free of charge, Saturday and Sunday, October 7-9, from 10am-3pm. Related talks, sunrise viewing of works by Donald Judd and Robert Irwin, a citywide “Made in Marfa” event featuring local creative talent, and a music performance by Arto Lindsay are all free and open to the public as part of the celebration.
also by Paula Newton
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