Chinati is currently closed.
Chinati is closed to all visitors effective November 16, 2020.
West Texas is experiencing a dangerous surge of Covid-19 cases. In our continued effort to protect the public and our staff, Chinati has decided to close to visitors.
While we monitor the situation, Chinati remains closed until further notice. This closure includes the outdoor works in concrete.
We look forward to welcoming visitors back as soon as it is safe to do so.
Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.
Founded by artist Donald Judd, the Chinati Foundation stewards a collection of major installations by contemporary artists, as well as the buildings and land that situate them. To learn more about the works in Chinati’s collection, click here.
Chinati’s collection is currently closed to visitors.
Chinati Weekend 2020
From sotol to bagpipes, this year Chinati hosted its biggest public program of the year entirely online. Many features of Chinati Weekend 2020, including Made in Marfa, remain online. To access the full program, click here.
Making Together is one of many creative prompts designed by Chinati’s educators to inspire teachers in the classroom and friends of all ages at home. To access the full curriculum, click here.
The archives are rich with the history of Chinati Foundation and the former military base Fort D.A. Russell. To explore highlights from the archives, as well as readings, the Chinati Newsletter, and other resources, click here.
The online store is the place to find Chinati publications, apparel, limited editions, and merchandise specially made in Marfa. To shop, click here.