Author: Theresa Bembnister

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NYC vs. Marfa: Judd Logos

  No single person has left as indelible a mark on Marfa as Donald Judd. The Judd logo (see above) is plastered all over downtown. Take […]

NYC vs. Marfa: Judd Logos

De-installing 101 Spring Street

Last month I took a break from Marfa and traveled to New York to volunteer for a week at 101 Spring Street. The Judd Foundation recently finished de-installing […]

De-installing 101 Spring Street

Trash Talking

In March, April and May, Brooklyn-based artist Bill Saylor lived and worked in Marfa as a Chinati artist in residence. Saylor took full advantage of the cavernous studio […]

Trash Talking

Alex Marks at the Marfa Book Company

  Syzygy, an astronomy term used to describe the alignment of celestial bodies, is the title of Alex Marks’ first solo exhibit at the Marfa Book […]

Alex Marks at the Marfa Book Company

QIPSAs

Welcome to No Country For Old Interns, Glasstire’s new blog focusing on visual art in West Texas—specifically Marfa. Every blog worth reading has a FAQs or an “About Me” […]

QIPSAs