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The Arts in Marfa

You won’t find a gallery district in Marfa. Rather, you will find sprawling beauty that defies any single definition or interpretation.

They call it minimalism, but the implications are anything but minimal. Simple and ever expansive
all at once, Marfa’s internationally renowned artworks are inextricably linked with the breathtaking West Texas landscape.

Museums that dare you to think big, really big, as you traverse the grounds of a former military base. Socially relevant works that present the world from a different angle. Museums that pay homage to the unflagging allure of traditional Western art and mythology. With a handful of smaller galleries that are always full of surprises, you need not be daunted by their hours... “By appointment,” really means, “It’s too beautiful outside to sit inside all day, but please call and we’ll show you around."

From sparse, large-scale visual drama to a performance about making the perfect tortilla, the art here won’t tell you what to think, but it might get you thinking.

Arber & Son Editions

128 E. El Paso St.
Marfa, Texas 79843


Tamarind Master Printer, Robert Arber. Robert Arber has produced limited edition lithographs and woodcuts for numerous, internationally known artists including Donald Judd, Bruce Nauman, John Baldessari, Ilya Kabakov, Richard Prince, Al Taylor and David Rabinowitch. Open most days or call for an appointment.


107-109 N. Highland Ave., Brite Bldg.
Marfa, Texas 79843


Presenting "Last Supper" by Andy Warhol and "September Eleven" by Maria Zerres. Open weekends all year and by appointment. Please call or email for hours or an appointment.

Ballroom Marfa

108 E. San Antonio
Marfa, Texas 79843


Ballroom Marfa is a non-profit cultural space dedicated to presenting leading and cutting-edge artists working in the visual arts, performance, film, and music. The Ballroom provides a youthful, festive and colorful balance to the established Marfa art scene, and has emerged as a hub for artistic activity in the region.

Brothers Fine Art Marfa

Christa Brothers

208 West Texas Street
P. O. Box 1554
Marfa, Texas 79843

432-729-4327 or

Brothers Fine Art Marfa, presents contemporary artwork from national, international, and artists residing in Marfa with an emphasis on supporting creative spirits and a welcoming atmosphere.

Chinati Foundation

1 Cavalry Row
Marfa, Texas 79843


Chinati is an internationally known contemporary art museum founded by minimalist artist Donald Judd. It exhibits large scale installations by a limited number of artists on the grounds of Fort D. A. Russell and in buildings in the town of Marfa. Chinati features paintings, sculptures, poems, installations, drawings and other works by renowned artists Donald Judd, John Chamberlain, Claus Oldenburg & Choose van Bruggen, Dan Flavin, Ilya Kabakov, Roni Horn and many more. Public tours available Wed.- Sun. Visit for reservations.

exhibitions 2d

400 S. Highland Ave.
Marfa, Texas 79843


A contemporary exhibition space presenting paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations by noted American artists. The space is characterized by minimalist installation and an atmosphere conducive to quiet reflection and contemplation of the work.

Galleri Urbane

Galleri Urbane Marfa  - Exhibit only Lounge
At the Thunderbird Hotel
601 E.San Antonio St
Marfa, Texas 79843
Regular Hours
12-5 Monday - Saturday
Galleri Urbane is a contemporary art gallery focusing on emerging and mid career artists, the gallery opened in Marfa in 2003 (our old building is now home to Kruger gallery). After 7 years, Galleri Urbane opened a new gallery in Dallas, while maintaining the Exhibit Lounge, changing shows every 3 months. Since this is an exhibit space only please feel free to call, visit us online or come by and see us in Dallas. Currently on view: Select works from the Ukrainian photography duo Synchrodogs from their Supernatural series that originally exhibited and was commissioned by the Dallas Contemporary.

Greasewood Gallery

at the Hotel Paisano
207 North Highland
Marfa, TX 79843


Located in the historic Hotel Paisano, the gallery features regional artists in varied media. Multiple shows are hosted each year, check the website for details. Hours: Daily 9 am- 6 pm

Hacienda Del Arcon

705 W. Bonnie St.
Marfa, TX 79843


The headquarters for the International Woman's Foundation, Hacienda del Arcon is a premier training center for artistic development and healthful aging. The former Officers Club and BOQ of Fort D.A. Russell, building 98 is a venue for artist presentations, showings and special events. Murals painted by WWII German POWs depict scenes of the Chihuahuan Desert. Tours are by appointment only.

Inde/Jacobs Gallery

208 E. San Antonio
Marfa, TX 798743


Fine art and photography by Donald Judd, Carl Andre, John Chamberlain and other artists associated with Chinati; plus other post '60's artists. Photography by Ellen Carey, Nan Goldin and others.

Judd Foundation

104 South Highland Avenue
Marfa, TX 79843


Judd Foundation is a non-profit organization that facilitates public access to artist Donald Judd’s permanently installed living and working spaces in downtown Marfa. The Judd Foundation spaces include studios installed with early works by Judd, libraries, and living quarters that reflect the diversity of his life’s work. Guided visits daily with two tours available. The Block Tour, Monday – Sunday at 11:00am and Thursday – Sunday at 4:30pm; Judd’s residence with his library and studios. The Studios Tour, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 2:00pm; Judd’s workspaces including the Architecture Studio, Art Studio, Cobb House, and Whyte Building. Visit to book guided visits in advance.

Kruger Gallery Marfa

212 E. San Antonio
Marfa, TX 79843


Open Thursday - Saturday: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Kruger Galleries Chicago and Marfa are rooted in an avant-garde idéal that art can be an agent for political and social change. While Kruger Gallery Chicago operates under a conventional commercial gallery model representing mostly emerging artists working in a variety of media and design, Kruger Gallery Marfa focuses on the more non-commercial practices of art including performance, video, sound and installation. For more information about Kruger Gallery Chicago including exhibitions and events please visit


Private Viewings by appointment

Marfa Book Company

105 S. Highland
Marfa, TX 79843


A Gallery with exhibitions that rotate frequently featuring local and national artists.

marfa studio of arts

Sites Children's Gallery
106 E. San Antonio St
Marfa, TX 79843


The Marfa Studio of arts is a non-profit organization that provides visual art classes and activities to children and teens through the school, afterschool and summer programs. Includes children's gallery featuring artworks developed in SITES (Studio in the Elementary School).

mm studio gallery


1308 West San Antonio
Marfa, Texas 79843


Showing work of Tom Barnes and Uta-Maria Krapf

Hours: Usually 10:00-2:00 Wednesday through Sunday or by appointment

new star


301 West Dallas Street
Marfa, Texas 79843

Open Thursday-Saturday from Noon-3:00pm

Rule Gallery

204 E. San Antonio St.
Marfa, Texas 79843


Open by appointment - Call for more information

Werrick building, Art of Werrick Armstrong, Art gallery in Marfa, Texas


100 East San Antonio
Marfa, Texas 79843


Contemporary art by Werrick Armstrong.

Hours are variable--look for the "open" sign or by appointment