Marfa Modern: Artistic Interiors of the West Texas High Desert by Helen Thompson

  • Marfa, Texas is home to a collection of 21 houses that offer a unique perspective on creativity and design in one of the art world's most intriguing destinations. The project was originally started by Donald Judd in the early 1970s, which at the time was viewed as an idiosyncratic pursuit. However, Judd's minimalist art and his rigorous approach to all aspects of his surroundings - from the interiors to the architecture and furniture - has since gained him much reverence. Today, Marfa has become a hub for artists, design enthusiasts, and those seeking out the austere beauty of the high-desert landscape, as well as the "among the largest and most beautiful" permanent installations found within the creative enclave.
    • Material: Hardcover
    • Dimensions: 11" × 10 1/4"
    • 224 pages