May 27 - 29, 2017
A project by the L.A. Dance Project with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels. After their short residence and rehearsal at the Chinati Foundation, the L.A. Dance Project will execute three performances that can each be streamed live on the video platform Periscope.
This year’s annual Chinati Weekend is a special celebration of Chinati’s 30th Anniversary. For a full weekend schedule, go here.
The opening weekend of Robert Irwin’s new project at the Chinati Foundation. For more information on the project, go here and here.
A workshop performance by Chinati resident Jen Rosenblit.
An evening viewing of Donald Judd’s 100 works in mill aluminum and 15 freestanding works in concrete.
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An exhibition of works by Charlotte Posenenske and Peter Roehr. The artists worked in Germany in the 1960s and “developed radical artistic practices utilizing new mediums,...Read More
An early morning viewing of Donald Judd’s aluminum and concrete works.
The premiere performance of a site-specific sound work by composer Andrew May, combining live instrumentation and electronic manipulation of sound. The hour-long piece will be...Read More
Self-guided viewing of Donald Judd’s 100 works in mill aluminum and 15 outdoor works in concrete.
The annual gathering in Marfa is neither the austere retreat nor the rollicking street party is has been in the past, but a combination of...Read More
Co-presented by Sounds Modern (a project of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth), and the Crowley Theater in Marfa.
The camera obscura-weilding, Whitney Bucksbaum Prize-winning darling of the contemporary art jet set has set up her upside-down and backward lens in an inauspicious building...Read More
The Chinati and Judd Foundation celebrate their annual Community Day. All events are free and open to the public and everyone is welcome. Exhibition spaces at...Read More
A free concert by the English band, The xx. The show will take place in the Arena, on the museum grounds.
The special exhibition Albrecht Dürer: Five Woodcuts and Five Etchings will only be on view during Chinati Weekend. The idea for the exhibition comes from Donald...Read More
Jered Sprecher is the artist in residence for July-Aug 2013 at the Chinati Foundation. His work shows images that are revealed as fragments in the midst...Read More
The Chinati Foundation hosts a talk by Caitlin Murray on artist Carl Andre and his written work. Murray’s talk takes place at the permanent exhibition...Read More
Chinati is participating in Blue Star Museums 2013. Blue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, and...Read More
Print, Wash, Repeat is a group exhibition of silkscreen prints by eighteen Marfa High School art students and is part of Chinati and Judd Foundation’s...Read More
The Chinati Foundation and Judd Foundation invite everyone to their annual Community Day celebration on Sunday, April 28, 2013. All events are free and open...Read More
A champagne toast on Saturday, October 6 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the completion of the conservation of Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen’s Monument...Read More
A weekend of lectures, readings, exhibitions and peripheral high-desert hoopla all over Marfa, centered around the Chinati Foundation, whose schedule of events is available online.
An outdoor feast at Chinati with food and drinks prepared by museum staff with ingredients harvested from the museum garden and show off your own...Read More
View Donald Judd’s 100 works in mill aluminum and 15 works in concrete at daybreak. Open viewing of the two installations is from 7 –...Read More
Chinati artist in residence Frank Benson has been extruding and firing clay geometric tubes of various sizes and shapes, and will perform a short set...Read More
For Thanksgiving, The Chinati foundation will have a special evening viewing of Donald Judd’s 100 untitled works in mill aluminum and 15 untitled works in...Read More
Chinati Artist in Residence Justin Almquist’s hats, drawings, and new reliefs addresses serious social issues such as nudity, alcoholism, and social deviance in the arachnid...Read More
The Chinati and Judd Foundations will host a breakfast at Casa Perez, Donald Judd’s ranch at the base of Pinto Canyon. This modest house and...Read More
Art by Arp, a founder of Dada and of biomorphic abstraction. As Donald Judd said: “Arp’s work is never unspecific, although it is unusually general,...Read More
Special exhibitions by Hiroshi Sugimoto and Jean Arp mark Chinati’s 25th anniversary. All Chinati Foundation permanent installations and special exhibitions as well as selected Judd...Read More
24 6-inch glass pagodas from the artist’s new Pagoda series: the exhibition is expected to draw a wide international audience of art scholars and museum...Read More