Open Hours and Evening Lights

Judd Foundation presents Open Hours and Evening Lights in conjunction with Chinati Weekend, October 6–8, 2017. An opportunity to visit Donald Judds private living and working spaces in Marfa, Texas, the visits are self-guided and free to the public.

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Open Hours

La Mansana de Chinati/The Block
Saturday, October 7
400 West El Paso Street

Surrounded by an adobe wall one city block wide, the complex includes Donald Judd’s residence and three main studios, with permanent installations of his work dating from 1962 to 1979, along with his library of more than 13,000 volumes.

Cobb House and Whyte Building
Saturday, October 7
104 West Oak Street

Two of Donald Judd’s downtown studio spaces, the Cobb House and the Whyte Building include permanent installations of his paintings and reliefs dating from 1956 to 1962 as well as furniture pieces designed by Rudolf M. Schindler.

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Evening Lights

Architecture Studio, Art Studio, and Ranch Office
Thursday, October 5–Sunday, October 8

Evening lights illuminate Donald Judd’s downtown studio spaces each evening from 8:00pm–12:00am, including the Architecture Studio, Art Studio, and Ranch Office.

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Open Hours and Evening Lights have been made possible through the generous support of The Brown Foundation, Inc., Houston, and a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.

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Chinati Weekend

The Chinati Foundation hosts its annual weekend of free programming Friday through Sunday, October 6–8, 2017 with open viewing of the permanent collection throughout the weekend and exhibition talks. All programs are free of charge. To learn more about Chinati Weekend 2017, visit