MASTER PLAN SYMPOSIUM
SAT APR 22 2017
This April Chinati will host a symposium in two parts to present to the public findings from our Master plan. The master plan will provide a framework for decision-making about the entire Chinati site, including its art, buildings, land, visitor access and conservation needs as well as preservation and future growth of the museum. Part One will be held April 22nd at MoMA in New York City. Part Two will be held April 29th in Marfa, Texas. More information will be released in the coming weeks.
 
 
The Chinati Foundation is pleased to announce a new master plan developed in collaboration with the design and planning firm Sasaki and a two-part symposium to present it to the public. The plan encompasses the conservation, restoration, maintenance, and long-term …
 
 
If you can’t join us in New York City for the first part of Chinati’s master plan symposium at the Museum of Modern Art, video of the event will stream from this page, free of charge, beginning at 9/8am (EST/CST) …
 
 
KIKA KARADI: OPEN STUDIO AT THE LOCKER PLANT
THU APR 27 2017
Artist Kika Karadi is in residence at Chinati in March and April, working at the Locker Plant in downtown Marfa. Karadi will open the studio and share her work with the community on Thursday, April 27 from 6:00 until 9:00 PM. All are welcome.
 
 
CHINATI HOSTS FREE COMMUNITY DAY AND SYMPOSIUM ON ITS NEW MASTER PLAN
SAT APR 29 2017
On Saturday, April 29, Chinati will host its annual Community Day with open viewing of selected works in the collection and a free barbecue dinner, live music, and a student art exhibition. This year’s program will also feature the second in a two-part symposium (the first will be held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York) the museum is hosting to present its new master plan.
 
 
CHINATI TO HOST A SERIES OF LIVE-STREAMING PERFORMANCES BY L.A. DANCE PROJECT
SAT MAY 27 2017
Chinati is pleased to announce a series of performances by L.A. Dance Project, with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels, that have been conceived in response to Chinati's collection and that will be performed in situ at the museum and streamed live on the web. Beginning on May 22, 2017, L.A. Dance Project will be in residence in Marfa for several days of rehearsal, culminating in three days of performances on Saturday, May 27, Sunday, May 28, and Monday, May 29.
 
 
DONALD JUDD’S FREE-STANDING FLOOR PIECES
In the Ice Plant in downtown Marfa, Chinati is exhibiting, for the first time, two stainless steel, five-part floor works by Donald Judd. Both untitled (U Channel,1980, and V Channel, 1982), each work is composed of five open frame-like structures in brushed metal, each element approximately 5 feet high and 15 feet wide, sitting equally spaced and directly on the floor. These works are one of two groups of large-scale interior works by Donald Judd whose exhibition coincided with Chinati Weekend, October 7-9, 2016. This exhibition is on view until August 2017.
 
 
DONALD JUDD’S HORIZONTAL WALL WORKS
A selection of Judd's horizontal wall works are on view in Chinati's special exhibition gallery until August 2017. These pieces are commonly referred to as “progressions” because of the mathematics that inform the sequence of box-shaped elements and their intervals that support the full length of a 21-foot long horizontal tube. These works are one of two groups of large-scale interior works by Donald Judd whose exhibition coincided with Chinati Weekend, October 7-9, 2016.