Chinati Weekend 2021 | LIVE from Marfa, TX | Friday October 8 - Sunday October 10

Made in Marfa 2021


Jacquelin Zazueta & Zak Ziebell create unique artifacts for the 21st century combining computation and materiality. Open home studio Fri. 3-10pm, Sat. by appt. & Sun. 10-3pm 401 S. Highland Ave.

Ann Marie Nafziger Studio

Closing Reception: exhibition of paintings by Ann Marie Nafziger with music by DJ Natalie Melendez and cocktails by Goodnight Loving Vodka, Susto Mezcal, and Tejon Moto Union. Sat. Oct.9, 4-6pm 106 E. San Antonio St.

Andy Schneider

Publishes music instructional books for all styles and ages to learn instrumental music and its theory. Written by Marfa musician, composer and teacher Andy Schneider. Over 60 titles available for guitar, bass, ukulele and banjo.

Ballroom Marfa

Exhibition: ESPEJO QUEMADA, Donna Huanca. New works commissioned by Ballroom Marfa. Fri. Oct.8 6-9pm 108 E. San Antonio St.

Carla Fernández

Iconic Mexican fashion designer, Carla Fernández, returns to the Capri for a pop-up shop. 20% of proceeds going to support Ballroom Marfa. Oct.7-9, 11am-8pm, Oct.10, 11am-5pm 603 W. Antonio St.

Mary Baxter

Contemporary landscapes of the Big Bend Region.

Blackwell School Alliance

The Blackwell School Alliance preserves a nationally significant, historically segregated Mexican American Schoolhouse at which children of Mexican descent were educated from 1909 until 1965. Open over Chinati Weekend, Sat. & Sun. 12-4pm 501 South Abbott St.

Coleman Morris-Goodrick

Artistic fabricator making custom knives. Shop open daily 10am-4pm 317 W. San Antonio St.


Cochineal Marfa & Landry Distillery offer a special tasting menu featuring Landry Stakes Bourbon & Landry Oaks Rye high end whiskeys. Fri. Oct.8 107 W. San Antonio St.

Convenience West

Far West Texas Barbecue. Fri. & Sat. 5pm - Sold Out 1411 W. San Antonio St.

Craig V. Schowengerdt

Artistic expressions in wood, steel and paint. Fri. Oct.8 5-8pm & by appt. 108 E. El Paso St.

Desert Veil

Black & White Photography + Linen Clothing, Collection by Jessica Lutz. Open Thur.-Sun. 11am-6pm 111 S. Dean St.

Do Right Hall

'Same Mistake', Paintings and Drawings by Pat Keesey, Opening: Oct.8, 9-11pm 110 W. Dallas St.

El Cosmico Provision Company

An array of useful and beautiful items for a life of adventure, carefully chosen for intrepid wanderers everywhere. Offering 15% off in-store shopping over Chinati Weekend. 802 S. Highland Ave.

Esperanza Vintage and Art

Curated vintage clothing, jewelry, objects, textiles, & contemporary art. Designs by Jennifer Esperanza, Kevin Whitly, & Richard Kurtz. Open Thur.-Sun. 10am-6pm & Mon. 10am-2pm 121 Highland Ave.

Eugene Binder

Exhibition of paintings by Jeff Elrod, Paul Kremer, & Jonathan Lasker. Painting installation will be visible from outside until 9 pm. Beginning Fri. Oct.8. 218 N. Highland Ave. Back Space

FREDA X Marfa Books :

Present work by Anthony DeSimone. 207 S. Highland Ave.

Garza Marfa

Furniture and Textiles. Showing new paintings by Marfa artists Meghan Gerety and Jeffrey Hester. 124 N. Highland Ave.

Greasewood Gallery at the Hotel Paisano

Exhibition of work by Lesley Villareal. Sat. Oct.9 6-8pm 207 N. Highland Ave.

Hey I Like it Here

DISTILLATION: Exhibition of works focused on the extraction of the essential meaning of our surroundings. Featuring works by Shea Carley, Sandra Harper, Elizabeth Hohimer, & Josh Jones. Opening Reception, Fri. Oct.8 5-7pm 105 S. Highland Ave.

High Desert Dye

Tie dye clothing and accessories designed and dyed by Claire Lindsay-McGinn at her home in Marfa. instagram @highdesertdye

inde/jacobs gallery

Gallery closing Oct.10, 2021, after 16 years in Marfa. Prints available by Judd, Flavin, Long, Mitchell, Serra, Celmins, Marden. Open Fri. 5-9pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun, 10am-3pm 208 E. San Antonio St.

Jean Goehring

Opening: Exhibition of works by Jean Goehring and Christina Moser. Fri. Oct.8 6-11pm Z Ranch 307 S. Dean St.


Artist-run gallery space. Performance by artists Sam Schonzeit and Christopher Ryan Mackie. Fri. Oct.8 6-8pm Exhibition Closing: 'Straight on Til Morning', works by Agnes Barley, Tina Hejtmanek, & Sam Schonzeit. Open Thur.-Mon. 11am–6pm 107 Dean St.


Laszlo Thorsen-Nagel

Painting studio 5-7pm 124 E. El Paso St.

LéAna Clifton Art at Veldt Gallery

COLOR + LIGHT + TIME: A series of works featuring images of moving freight trains, captured through long-exposure photography and layered with various media. Open all Chinati Weekend and by appt. 119 N. Highland Ave.


Leslie Wilkes

Works primarily in oil on canvas and gouache on paper. Leslie studied painting at UT Austin, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Skowhegan. She has lived and worked in Marfa, TX, since 2005. By Appointment Only.

LTK Enterprises

Exhibition Opening: Shireen Alia Ahmed + TABLOID Press Fri. Oct.8 7-9pm 903 W. San Antonio St.


Pottery by Colin Waters 320 E. Dallas St.



Watershed: a post-sunset installation by Rob Mazurek. Open Oct.7 - Nov.7 Fri. & Sat. 8-10pm 1900 Rabbits Rd.


Marfa Art Supply

Supplying Marfa with products supporting a range of art practices. Celebrate Chinati Weekend with our curated watercolor set of handmade paints and papers, ready for travel. Purchases over $100 receive a complimentary tote bag. Tues.-Sun. 10a-5p 120 N. Austin St. alleyway behind Frama

Marfa Brand Soaps

Handmade small-batch soaps made in Marfa for over 15 years. Open until 8pm 213 S. Dean St.

Marfa Coffee Co.

Small batch coffee roaster highlighting the distinct and delicate flavors found in coffee. Open most days 9am-4pm 317 W. San Antonio St.

Marfa Gallery

Book Release: 'Behind the Curtain, The Glass Art of Mary Shaffer' The first comprehensive book on the work of Mary Shaffer, a renowned master in the American Studio Glass Movement.

Marfa Live Arts

Engaging a diverse community through the performing arts, arts education, film, music, and cultural arts programming. Premiering part of the ongoing series 'Radio Plays In The Time of Corona' Airing Fri. & Sat. over Chinati Weekend on KMKB 98.9 and, download on Spotify and iTunes.

Marfa Open Arts

A collaboration between Marfa artists and Austin’s Mangus Art Collective emphasizing artistic experimentation across media. 6th Annual Marfa Open Art Festival Sept.23-Oct.17 Open most days 11am-7pm 102 S. Plateau St.

Marfa Open Arts at Building 98

Experimental, contemporary artworks. A collaboration with local Marfa artists and Austin’s Mangus Art Collective. 705 W. Bonnie St.

Marfa Public Library

Open House Celebration of the recent additions of a teen section, a community room, and a courtyard. The collection of Marfa High School Yearbook's dating from the 1940's will be on view. Reception: Fri. Oct.8 5:30-7:30pm Open House: Sat. Oct.9 9am-1pm 115 E. Oak St.

The Marfa Store

Many designs by Marfa artists. T-shirts, caps, postcards, Marfa souvenirs, jewelry, art and more. Extended Hours: Fri. Oct.9 to 9pm, Open Sat. and Sun. 204 E. Dallas St.

Marfa Wine Co

Bottle Shop & Patio with a focus on Natural Wine from around the world. Free tasting in partnership with Kin Euphorics. Fri. Oct.8 4-6:30pm 303 E. El Paso St.

Martin Maria Studio Gallery

Tom Barnes and Uta-Maria Krapf, 'The Mirage Series' is a collaborative work transforming images from photographs taken in southwest Texas. By Appointment

Mary Baxter

Contemporary landscapes of the Big Bend Region.

Meghan Gerety Studio

New Work: Featured at Garza Marfa Open Studio: Sat. Oct.9 12-4pm 1109 W. San Antonio St.

Mira Marfa

Modern Skin Care, Beauty & Sustainable Boutique. Latinx & Female Owned Open Fri. Oct.8 11am-4pm

Nino Mier Gallery

Exhibition of works by Ethan Cook 218 N. Highland Ave. Front Space

Ocotillo Botanica

House of divination, herbal apothecary, and purveyor of mystical wares. Extended Hours: Thur. 10am-6 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10am-8pm, Sun. 10am-3pm 115 N. Highland Ave.


Vintage clothing, ceramics, apothecary, and more. Open Daily 10am-6pm 212 E. San Antonio St.

Ranchland: Radio Plays in the Time of Corona

Marfa Live Arts premieres 'Ranchland' by Martha Annette Mendoza, winner of the 2021 Marfa Live Arts’ Short Playwriting Contest. Part of Marfa Live Arts’ ongoing series, 'Radio Plays In The Time of Corona'. Airing Fri. Oct.8 & Sat. Oct.9 at 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, & 9pm Tune-in at 98.8 KMKB and

Sara S'Jegers

Cyanotypes exploring the crossroads of photography, painting, and printmaking. On view + for sale at: Marfa Open Arts, Esperanza Vintage & Art, and The Marfa Store.

The Sentinel

Work by Fort Guerin, paintings exploring and imagining mythos of the Old West.

Shy Marfa

Photographing the town of Marfa for 14 years, Lesley's passion lies in capturing images of the gorgeous West Texas landscape. Photographic prints of West Texas landscapes, Marfa We are Hated on Yelp series, and the Miguel Myers series.

Sister Gaiya

Handmade jewelry, meditation paintings, curated objects for the home, altar and wardrobe. Open Fri. Oct.8 5-7pm 105 W. Texas St.

Thomas Long - RayOSun Gallery

Grand Opening: Blown glass, mixed media, & paintings by Thomas Long. Fri. Oct.8 12-9pm Open Studio and Gallery: Friday, Oct.8 - Sun. Oct.10, 12-9pm 105 N. Russell St.

Tina Hejtmanek

'Straight on Til Morning', on view at JEFF MARFA Open Thur.-Mon. 11am–6pm 107 Dean St. Additional works on view at Hey I Like it Here Hotel St George 105 S. Highland Ave.


Uta-Maria Krapf at Martin Maria Studio Gallery

'The Mirage Series' is a collaboration between Uta-Maria Krapf and Tom Barnes transforming images from photographs taken in southwest Texas. By Appointment


Opening: 'Out There', drawings by Masha Sha. Arranging and rearranging words and letters between her native Russian and English, the graphic and poetic nature of language is exaggerated. Fri. Oct.8 5-7pm 110 N. Highland Ave.


Friday, October 8

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Open StudioAlan Ruiz, Chinati Artist in Residence
Locker Plant, downtown


Made in Marfa will be hosted around town on Friday evening and on Chinati’s website throughout the weekend

Saturday, October 9

10:00 am – 2:00 pm


New Exhibitions

Plywood wall works by Donald Judd
Paintings by Hyong-Keun Yun
• Dan Flavin’s untitled (in memory of my father, D. Nicholas Flavin), 1974


Open House Viewing of works in the permanent collection


Performance – A site-specific ensemble performance by trombonist David Dove, composed in response to the acoustical spaces of Dan Flavin’s untitled (Marfa project).


Commissioned by Chinati with special permission from the Estate of Dan Flavin.

3:00 pm


Ambient Conditions of Everyday Life — Alan Ruiz, Chinati Artist in Residence, on Dan Flavin’s untitled (Marfa project)


This artist’s talk is one of four commissions occasioned by the recent conservation of Flavin’s permanent installation at Chinati with 336 new fluorescent lamps.
Marfa Visitor Center

6:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Open House Dinner

Ranch fare in the Arena with mariachi and tequila

Sunday, October 10

7:30 am – 9:00 am


Sunrise viewing of Donald Judd’s 15 untitled works in concrete and 100 untitled works in mill aluminum

9:00 am – 1:00 pm


New Exhibitions

Plywood wall works by Donald Judd
Paintings by Hyong-Keun Yun
• Dan Flavin’s untitled (in memory of my father, D. Nicholas Flavin), 1974


Open House Viewing of works in the permanent collection