Special Exhibitions of works from Chinati’s collection
plywood wall works
a portfolio of etchings and aquatints
new installation of paintings from Chinati’s collection
Ladies of LCD Soundsystem
with Nancy Whang & Rayna Russom
Support the Chinati Foundation
Everyone is invited to Chinati Weekend 2019, Friday – Sunday, October 11 – 13. Over the course of the weekend, we will celebrate the opening of a year-long exhibition of rarely exhibited plywood wall works by Donald Judd from Chinati’s collection, a portfolio of prints by Barnett Newman from the collection, and a new installation of paintings and prints by John Wesley in the Wesley gallery, also from Chinati’s collection. We will host scholarly talks by Donna De Salvo, Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator at the Whitney, and Linda Norden, curator, writer, and professor of art history, theory, and criticism. In addition, we will present a musical performance by Nancy Whang and Gavin Rayna Russom of LCD Soundsystem. As always, there will be open viewing of the permanent collection and the annual Made in Marfa event. All exhibitions, collection viewing, talks and music performances are free of charge.
On Saturday night, a dinner to benefit Chinati will be held in the Arena. The benefit dinner is Chinati’s largest fundraising event of the year and helps support not only Chinati Weekend exhibitions and programs but also the museum’s general operations year-round. Tickets for the fundraiser are $750 ($600 for members and area residents) and seating is limited. To purchase tickets for the benefit dinner, please click here.
We invite you to become a sponsor of Chinati Weekend 2019 and join us on Friday evening for a special cocktail reception to kick off the weekend festivities. Chinati Weekend sponsors will receive tickets to this special event and to the benefit dinner on Saturday night. To become a sponsor, please click here.
Chinati’seducational and public programming is supported with generous grants from the Texas Commission on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, The Brown Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, The Hearst Foundations, Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation, City of Marfa, Permian Basin Area Foundation, Rosenthal Family Foundation, Warren Skaaren Charitable Trust, Tillapaugh Public History Fund of Permian Basin Area Foundation, and Susan Vaughan Foundation.