Marfa, Texas, a small town of 2000 on the Mexican border, three hours south of El Paso, is world famous for its “minimalist” artists. It was there that Donal Judd settled in the 1970s, leaving New York in search of vast spaces to exhibit his work. The series Marfa, Texas was shot during two ten-day trips to Marfa in February and June 2013.
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