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.
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.
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.
March 2020 will see the publication of a new edition of Chinati: The Vision of Donald Judd
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 Artist in Residence: Tamar Zohara Ettun Performance Lecture
Artist Tamar Zohara Ettun concluded her residency at Chinati with an online performance—and conjuring of the empathic demon Lilit—on Sunday, August [read more]
Tamar Zohara Ettun is Chinati's artist in residence for August 2020.
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.
This post features a small collection of images documenting the south artillery shed and the construction of its roof in 1983.
This post features rarely-seen contact sheet images from the early 1980s that document the installation of the concrete works
This post features the first of two series of images shot by Sergeant Bernard Langhoop documenting life at Camp Marfa in 1927.
These images show the 1988 installation of a plywood mock-up for Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's Monument to the Last Horse, a work permanently installed at Chinati in 1991.