The Chinati Foundation hosted this year’s Chinati Weekend and Made in Marfa events entirely online. Over 4,800 people around the globe tuned into the most accessible Chinati Weekend to date.
The New York-based painter KB Jones is Chinati’s artist in residence for the months of September and October. As part of this year’s virtual Chinati Weekend, Jones will host an online studio visit in the Locker Plant on Sunday, October 11 at 12:00 PM.
Chinati Foundation will host this year’s Chinati Weekend and Made in Marfa events entirely online. This will be the most accessible Chinati Weekend to date.
Tamar Zohara Ettun is Chinati's artist in residence for August 2020.
We recognize and mourn the many black and brown lives lost to white supremacy and racial violence. We stand in solidarity with the racial justice movement and activists against police brutality.
As a museum in which art, architecture, and the land are inextricably linked, Chinati is in a unique position to invite visitors to experience Chinati outdoors.
This summer, the Chinati Foundation will offer free online art projects for young artists near and far. We'll focus on the process of making art every Monday, Wednesday and Friday as part of this year's Summer Shake Up.
In light of circumstances related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the application deadline for the 2021 artist in residence program has been extended to May 1, 2020.
Sahra Motalebi is the current artist in residence at the Chinati Foundation. An interdisciplinary artist, Motalebi employs modes of theater and installation, collage and construction.
Judd, the first US retrospective of Donald Judd’s work in over thirty years, brings together sculpture, painting, drawing, and rarely seen works from throughout his career to survey the complete evolution of the artist’s remarkable vision.
The Chinati Foundation is pleased to announce that Ingrid Schaffner has assumed the newly created position of Curator. Schaffner will oversee the museum’s permanent collection, exhibitions, residency program, publications, and scholarship. She began her new role in February 2020.
From March 1–July 11, 2020, the Museum of Modern Art in New York will host a retrospective of the work of Donald Judd. The Chinati Foundation has loaned a horizontal wall work, also known as a "progression," from our permanent collection for this important exhibition.