CHINATI TO HOST A SERIES OF LIVE-STREAMING PERFORMANCES BY L.A. DANCE PROJECT
FRI MAY 26 2017
Chinati is pleased to announce a series of performances by L.A. Dance Project, with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels, that have been conceived in response to Chinati's collection and that will be performed in situ at the museum and streamed live on the web. Beginning on May 22, 2017, L.A. Dance Project will be in residence in Marfa for several days of rehearsal, culminating in three days of performances on Saturday, May 27, Sunday, May 28, and Monday, May 29.
 
 
THE CHINATI FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES A NEW MASTER PLAN AND A TWO-PART SYMPOSIUM TO PRESENT IT TO THE PUBLIC
SAT APR 22 2017
This April Chinati will host a symposium in two parts to present to the public findings from our Master plan. The master plan will provide a framework for decision-making about the entire Chinati site, including its art, buildings, land, visitor access and conservation needs as well as preservation and future growth of the museum. Part One will be held April 22nd at MoMA in New York City. Part Two will be held April 29th in Marfa, Texas.
 
 
ERIN SHIRREFF: BENEFIT EDITION FOR CHINATI MEMBERS
Chinati is pleased to offer a limited-edition print created by Erin Shirreff as an exclusive benefit for upper-level Members ($1,000 and above). Shirreff’s edition is related to a new series of photographs, Still, that she made for her recent solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel, Halves and Wholes.
 
 
EXPANDED SELF-GUIDED VIEWING HOURS AT CHINATI
WED OCT 12 2016
The Chinati Foundation is excited to announce expanded hours for self-guided viewings of the collection and special exhibitions.
 
 
CHINATI WEEKEND 2016: DONALD JUDD’S FREE-STANDING FLOOR PIECES AND HORIZONTAL WALL WORKS
The Chinati Foundation is pleased to present two new installations of large-scale works by Donald Judd to coincide with the museum’s 30th Anniversary. Opening to the public over Chinati Weekend, October 7-9, 2016 and on view until August 2017, the two groups of work (horizontal wall works, and free-standing floor pieces) are drawn from the museum’s permanent collection.