Minimalist artist Donald Judd helped transform the rural desert town into an arts destination, the last thing he wanted.
Joey Fauerso and Gyan Shrosbree get it right at Wrong Gallery.
Local artists Chris Ramming and Rob Brill address tourists traveling to Marfa, which is in a COVID-19 hotspot and doesn’t have a hospital.
“MARFA,” a wall piece by Greg Colson, is a street map in the purest sense, and highly impractical.
After Donald Judd moved to Marfa, Texas in 1971, he quickly transformed the cow-town into the art world’s desert outpost, much to the chagrin of some locals.
Shortly after last week’s incident at “Prada Marfa,” Hyperallergic interviewed Joseph Magnano, aka 9271977, the man who vandalized Elmgreen & Dragset’s sculpture in the Texas desert.
A changing climate could impact the food that we eat, as alterations to the chemistry of the ocean or the world’s weather have the potential to make some animals and plants extinct. The GhostFood truck simulates what this reality might be like, where the tastes of vanished foods are resurrected through an apparatus-based eating experience.
Yesterday, the World Monuments Fund announced their 2014 World Monuments Watch, launching a two-year advocacy for 67 sites in 41 countries.
AUSTIN, Texas — In a strange sequence of events, it seems that the Hefner Empire wants — and has recently obtained — a lease on 6,500 square feet of land west of Marfa, Texas, which is best known in the art world as the home of artist Donald Judd’s Chinati and Judd Foundations.
Gawker has discovered Beyoncé’s tumblelog and writer Caity Weaver thinks it’s art … or something.
A road trip that encounters all kinds of art from Marfa to El Paso to Vegas.