The other half of the Marfa minimalist art 1-2 punch, the Judd Foundation owns and maintains the properties in town that Donald Judd owned when he was alive, including his home and studios. These tours are fascinating, and since going on the tour of his house (“The Block”) we’ve noticed it pop up as a “design inspiration” for things like the Ace Hotel in LA. Graham used Judd’s shelving as inspiration for floor-to-ceiling shelves in his office in Hingetown. You definitely need to call ahead and reserve a spot on a tour for these ones as they’re not open for self-guided viewing. $25/person.
Architecture Studio, Art Studio and the Cobb and Whyte Houses (The Studios), Friday and Saturday 2pm to 3:30pm
La Mansana de Chinati/ The Block, Monday through Sunday 4:30pm to 5:30pm