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Yun Hyong-keun at Chinati Weekend, Marfa

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The focus of this year’s Chinati Weekend in Marfa, Texas, will be open house viewing of the permanent collection and an open house dinner for all who gather to be with the art, architecture, and land that make Chinati a destination.

Chinati Weekend will kick off on Friday, October 8 with Made in Marfa, an event that showcases the shops, galleries, and studios around Marfa. Free open viewing of the Chinati collection, scholarly talks, and a community dinner will round out the weekend.

Over the course of three days—starting Friday, October 8 and continuing through Sunday, October 10—the weekend’s free public program will also feature the opening of special exhibitions of work by Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, and Yun Hyong-keun, an artist’s talk and open studio by Alan Ruiz, and a sunrise viewing of Judd’s 15 untitled works in concrete.


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