Donald Judd, untitled (V Channel), 1982, and untitled (U Channel), 1980. Photo: Jessica Lutz
On Saturday, October 8, the museum will host several talks as part of its Chinati Weekend festivities. These talks are open to the public and free of charge.
At 11:00am at Chinati’s entrance courtyard, director Jenny Moore welcomes the public with remarks on the Chinati Foundation’s 30th Anniversary.
At 12:30pm, a talk on Carl Andre by Yasmil Raymond, associate curator, department of painting and sculpture, MoMA, will begin at the Carl Andre installation Words, at Chinati.
At 2:00pm, Brooklyn- and Marfa-based artist Jeff Elrod discusses Donald Judd’s untitled 15 works in concrete at the site of the installation on Chinati’s grounds.
At 3:30pm, Saturday’s talks conclude with Annie Ochmanek, curatorial assistant, department of painting and sculpture, MoMA, at the special exhibition of Donald Judd’s untitled (U Channel) and untitled (V Channel) works at the Ice Plant, East Oak Street and North Spring Street in downtown Marfa.
Chinati Weekend 2016 is generously supported by Richard H. and Susan Kent Anderson, Valerie and Robert Arber, Ballroom Marfa, Diane Barnes and Jon Otis, Jeff Beauchamp, Lori and Alexandre Chemla, Arlene J. and John W. Dayton, Meg Fitzpatrick, John F. Fort III, Matthew Goudeau, Lorri Kirshner, Kirkpatrick Family Fund, Werner Kramarsky, Cecilia Longoria, Kathy McDaniel and Kevin Flynn, Happy Price, Jerry and Elba Sohn, Lindy Thorsen and Terry Mowers, Steven Volpe, Catherine Walsh. The Chinati Foundation is grateful for the financial support of our members as well as the support and in-kind contributions of the people of Marfa. Many thanks to the following for their generous contributions to Chinati Weekend 2016: Aesop, Big Bend Brewing Company, Big Bend Roasters, The Capri, Casa Dragones Tequila, City of Marfa, Cordero Trailer Park, Crowley Theater, Delta Air Lines, El Cosmico, Tim Crowley, Hotel Saint George, Marfa Brand Soap, Marfa Hardware Company, Marfa Maid, Texas Commission on the Arts. List in formation.
This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts
Chinati’s educational and public programming is supported with generous grants from the Texas Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Brown Foundation, the Cowles Charitable Trust, the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, the Hearst Foundations, the Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation, the Permian Basin Area Foundation, the Warren Skaaren Trust, the Susan Vaughan Foundation, and the City of Marfa.