+1 (432) 729 3600, Sam Falls Catalogue Now Available From Ballroom Marfa, Ballroom Co-Founders Honored at Artpace Gala, Ballroom Marfa Names Susan Sutton as Executive Director, Locust Talks: Ballroom Marfa’s Executive Director Fairfax Dorn, Scenes from the Opening of Artists’ Film International. Raise a glass to Artpace’s 21st Birthday at its annual fundraising event, The Happening, hosted by Co-chairs Anna Wulfe and Christopher C. Hill. View Fairfax Dorn's business profile as Executive Director and Co-Founder at Ballroom Marfa gallery. You can also find them on our Sutton joined the Menil Collection’s curatorial department in 2010, and was promoted to assistant curator in 2014. “Ballroom Marfa has an extraordinary history,” says Sutton. Along with Ballroom Marfa’s board of trustees, she oversees the … A calendar of events will be available in August at www.marfadialogues.org, along with ongoing context and discussion for participants. In advance of Artpace San Antonio’s annual fundraiser honoring Ballroom Marfa co-founders Fairfax Dorn and Virginia Lebermann, Fairfax talks with San Antonio Magazine about her lifelong connection with art in Texas …, Almost two years ago, Dorn transitioned from executive director of Ballroom Marfa to artistic director, and returned to New York City. So break out the new dress and press that shirt – the Marfa Dialogues will be returning to Marfa in the fall of 2014. Co-founder and Artistic Director Ballroom is a nimble space that seeks out experimentation, supports emerging artists, and bridges different disciplines in the arts through its holistic point of view, which is extremely exciting to me.”, “Susan’s background includes scholarship, curation and the management of exhibitions at one of North America’s most significant museum collections,” says Dorn. Photo courtesy the Menil Collection, Houston. Like our Marfa project, but on a larger scale, the Marfa Dialogues/New York program will feature community forums, public panels, an exhibition curated by Ballroom Marfa at the Rauschenberg project space in Chelsea, an online magazine, public sculpture projects, theater performances, cabarets and film exhibitions – and in the enduring spirit of Marfa, we also have an environmentally conscious food truck as one of our program partners. Ballroom Marfa proudly presents a new publication documenting our 2015 Sam Falls exhibition. With generous support from individuals and foundations, Ballroom commissions new site-specific and site-inspired projects and gives artists and musicians the opportunity to engage with the magnificent landscape of the Big Bend. 108 E. San Antonio St. It’s part of what people think of when they think of Marfa, either as art lovers on a pilgrimage, or as surprised passersby. For more about previous Marfa Dialogues, see www.ballroommarfa.org/dialogues. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); A letter to the editor from Fairfax Dorn and Hamilton Fish, from the July 25, 2013 Big Bend Sentinel: To the many friends and supporters of the Marfa Dialogues in the high desert – We have exciting news: the Marfa Dialogues project is hitting the road and will be opening this fall in New York City with a series of programs on climate change and the arts that will expand on the symposium held in Marfa last September. Tonight in New York one such organization, Ballroom Marfa–which was founded in 2003 by Fairfax Dorn (learn more about her here) and has helped expand the Marfa ethos to include younger, more experimental, boundary-pushing artists–hosts its annual fundraiser in New York. Through your participation as co-sponsors, audience members and supporters, the Marfa community has helped shape this initiative. – Yvonne Force Villareal & Doreen Remen Find the perfect Fairfax Dorn stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. It’s also a non-profit project — supported entirely by funds from foundations and individuals — and the antithesis of commercialism. However, we are very happy to experience the fantastic support from both art professionals internationally, locals and others, who have even created a Facebook page named “Save Prada Marfa” that after just a short while has received almost 4000 likes and daily receives plenty of new posts, stories and images from people who once visited this site. Ballroom Marfa Benefit Gala 2014: Film, Fashion, and Art Unite More than 20 leading New York cultural, academic and public interest institutions are participating in this city-wide public conversation around climate change. In the eight years since its creation, Elmgreen & Dragset’s work has become part of the cultural and physical landscape of Far West Texas. And this is not the case here since Prada Marfa never had any commercial link to the fashion brand Prada, unlike the Playboy bunny which went up this summer initiated by Playboy itself. And though it was more than 400 … info@ballroommarfa.org We commission new work, collabortate across disiplines, and produce exhibitions, public artworks. Poetry by Sam Falls. The 21 Club Speakeasy Happening will celebrate Artpace’s coming of age with drinking, dining, and dancing ‘til dawn. She moved to Terlingua in 2001 to focus on her art and, over time, found herself gravitating to Marfa. Prada Marfa is an artwork initiated by ourselves and realized in a collaboration with the not-for-profit cultural organizations Art Production Fund and Ballroom Marfa in 2005. As an advocate for the freedom of artistic expression, Ballroom Marfa’s mission is to support the work of artists, musicians, and visionary thinkers of all backgrounds. In 2012, Sutton led the management of The Progress of Love, an international simultaneous three-venue exhibition with the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos. 108 E. San Antonio St. We reached out to Ballroom Marfa cofounder and artistic director Fairfax Dorn about JAY-Z's continued support, and she told us that it was Beyoncé who initially discovered her organization. It comes as a big surprise for us that the Texas Department of Transportation now after eight years may declare this well-known artwork to be illegal and we think it would be a shame for the local community if it disappeared after being there for so long since the work clearly is one of the strong points for the cultural tourism, which is such an important financial factor in this region. Prada Marfa is an embodiment of the Ballroom Marfa mission to combine innovation and accessibility without compromising on either front. MARFA, TX – Ballroom Marfa’s board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Sutton as its new executive director. Programming partners include: The Carbon Tax Center; The Center for Social Inclusion; Columbia University’s Earth Institute; Columbia University’s International Research Institute for Climate & Society; Cooper Union’s Institute for Sustainable Development; Gallery Aferro; High Line Art; IMC Lab & Gallery; Joe’s Pub at Public Theater; Mary Miss/City as a Living Laboratory; Materials for the Art; New School’s Center for New York City Affairs; NRDC; Sculpture Center; Socrates Sculpture Park; Storefront for Art & Architecture; Superhero Clubhouse and Triple Canopy. Limited edition available from Ballroom Marfa. Even as we are expanding the horizons of the Marfa Dialogues project, we will continue our established practice of producing a new Marfa Dialogues program every other year here in Marfa. Art Production Fund. Dorn has served as executive director of Ballroom Marfa since she founded the organization with Virginia Lebermann in 2003. It took us over a year of intense fundraising from local and international private patrons to realize this authentic and pure permanent artwork. Marfa Dialogues was co-founded in 2010 by Fairfax Dorn of Ballroom Marfa, a leading cultural arts center in Far West Texas, and Hamilton Fish of The Public Concern Foundation (PCF), a New York non-profit devoted to the advancement of public education around social and political topics. I see this same inspiration and loyalty guiding Ballroom Marfa. She had been living in New York City, feeling constrained by the high costs. – Fairfax Dorn Published by Ballroom Marfa. Réalisation Sébastien Carayol & Katie Callan Caméra Katie Callan Montage Sébastien Carayol Jeune héritière d'une… info@ballroommarfa.org The right definition of advertisement must be based on criteria more accurate than just including any sign which contains a logo. ABOUT BALLROOM MARFA: Founded in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, Ballroom Marfa is a center for the public exploration of contemporary art and culture. As an advocate for the freedom of artistic expression, Ballroom Marfa’s mission is to support the work of artists, musicians, and visonary thinkers of all backgrounds. Jenny Laird, Trey Laird, and Fairfax Dorn, photographed at From the Desert to the City: BALLROOM MARFA Celebrates 10 YearsBenefit Auction & Dinner. Founded in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, Ballroom Marfa is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization and a dynamic, contemporary cultural arts space where varied perspectives and issues are explored through visual arts, film, music, and performance. Established in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, our contemporary art and performance space is housed in a 1920s-era ballroom and is free and open to the public. Ballroom Marfa is an internationally recognized non-collecting contemporary art museum located in Marfa, a rural town of less than 2,000 people in Far West Texas. The door does not open, ensuring that the sculpture will never function as a place of commerce. And with the Marfa Dialogues banner flying over New York this fall, we hope if you can you’ll join us there and be a part of the exciting schedule of climate change programs being organized across the city. View Fairfax Dorn’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. I come from an institution where the founders believed in Texas, saw its potential, and wanted to create a world class place for the arts, on par with New York or Paris, and with intense loyalty to Houston. Edited by Laura Copelin. Fairfax Dorn is the co-founder and artistic director of Ballroom Marfa, a non-profit cultural arts space dedicated to exploring varied perspectives and issues through visual art, film, music and performance. Marfa Dialogues/NY to Debut in New York City this Fall. Photo by David X Prutting/BFAnyc.com. Marfa Dialogues/NY will feature two months of programming including community forums, art exhibitions, musical performance and environmental panels, all accessible to the public and available via broadcast and digital media. We are hugely grateful for the collaborative efforts of Tim Johnson and Caitlin Murray of the Marfa Book Company; Robert and Rosario Halpern of the Big Bend Sentinel; Tom Michael and the staff at Marfa Public Radio; Farm Stand Marfa; Cochineal; Maiya’s; Rob Crowley, Gory Smelley; The Crowley Theater; Thunderbird Hotel and The Capri; Padre’s; Robert Potts of The Dixon Water Foundation; and to the Food Shark and chef Rocky Barnett for all of their amazing creations. Then in 2003, a 4,500-square-foot dance hall was put up for sale in Marfa. Delfina Foundation: Open Call for a UK Associate Artist, Rupert Museum: Museum Assistant Internship, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art: Preparator, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art: Havner Curatorial Intern (Virtual Internship), Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art: Art Instructor, Career opportunities within Art Foundations, Grants and Artist Residencies from Art Foundations. Dorn and Lebermann transformed a 1920s-era dancehall into a dynamic, contemporary cultural arts space where varied perspectives and issues are explored through visual arts, film, music, and performance. Conceived and filmed by Sébastien Carayol and Katie Callan, the pair spent a week in Marfa, interviewing five locals: the Chinati Foundation’s Rob Weiner; artist Julie Speed; Ballroom Marfa Executive Director Fairfax Dorn; Food Shark owner Adam Bork; and artist Sam Schonzeit. Many artists, from Andy Warhol with his famous Campbell soup cans to Andreas Gursky with his grand photographic documentation of retail spaces have appropriated and dealt with the visual language of commercial brands. The west Texas, high-desert city of Marfa embodies a singular place within the public art discourse in this country. Email * Related. T Magazine on MD/NY and “Ballroom’s Expanding Sphere of Influence” Posted by Ballroom Marfa. As a fearless cultural producer and brilliant collaborator, she has been a powerful conduit for so many artists to realize their visions. Fairfax has 1 job listed on their profile. June 27, 2013: The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Ballroom Marfa and the Public Concern Foundation will bring the Marfa Dialogues to New York in October-November 2013 as part of a continuing examination of climate change science, environmental activism and artistic practice. They kindly gave us the permission to use their logo after we asked them, due to the founder Miuccia Prada’s personal interest in contemporary art, and she donated shoes and bags, which have never been renewed but stay the same – as a historic display – inside the sculpture. “The diverse experience she brings from the Menil make her an ideal person to guide Ballroom Marfa as we continue with our ambitious plans for the future.”. Fairfax Dorn is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Ballroom Marfa, a non-profit cultural art space dedicated to exploring varied perspectives and issues through the visual arts, film music and performance. Ballroom believes in art’s power to transform and enlighten. Co-founders Foundation’s Worldwide Map. Prada Marfa, 2005 Some highlights from Friday night’s opening of Artists’ Film International. Ballroom Marfa. Marfa, TX 79843 Sutton curated The Menil’s recent exhibition, A Thin Wall of Air: Charles James (2014), with interviews and features appearing in System magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, New York Magazine and on Houston PBS. All photos by Mary Lou Saxon. In April 2014, we were honored to be part of the “I [art] Marfa” series for Arte Creative in France. From Artpace …. © World Art Foundations : the platform for art foundations world wide. With full integrity, the artists refused for us to ask any corporation, especially Prada, for monetary donations to support the making of this project. They were sold. This book records Sam Falls’ (born 1984) new body of work—sound, video, sculptural and wall pieces—produced for his 2015 show at Ballroom Marfa in Texas. The family of the late Walter Alton “Slim” Brown, even generously contributed to the project by lending their land. Click here for the full gallery of 32 images. She and her friend Virginia Lebermann had often daydreamed about creating an art space, envisioning a big-city gallery. Ballroom Co-Founder and Artistic Director, Fairfax Dorn, states: “Ballroom is so pleased that Daisy Nam will join the talented team in Marfa. Ballroom Marfa is an internationally recognized non-collecting contemporary art museum located in Marfa, a rural town of less than 2,000 people in Far West Texas. Through program grants provided by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Marfa Dialogues/NY establishes 18 programs radiating across New York. “I am awed by the inspired risk the founders took to build it. Featured. Focused on his solo exhibition at Ballroom Marfa and the new body of work produced for the project, the book features a scholarly essay by art historian David Raskin, an introduction by Ballroom Marfa co-founder Fairfax Dorn, along with new poetry by Falls. Modeled after a Prada boutique, the inaccessible interior of the structure includes luxury goods from Prada’s fall collection from that year. “It was very tastefully done but felt a little soulless to me,” says Dorn, who grew up near Corpus Christi, Texas; in 2003 she cofounded the eccentric arts space Ballroom Marfa, which brings contemporary art, music, performance, and film to the small Texas town that Donald Judd first made art-world famous in the 1970s with his installations at a former army base. Text by David Raskin. Virtually tour the Ruidosa church and help fund its restoration . Marfa, TX 79843 Foreword by Fairfax Dorn. Digital photograph performances, screenings, concerts, symposia, eductauib programs, and publications. Fairfax Dorn It’s been our dream to build on the work we started here in 2010, and to export the Marfa Dialogues model of engaging the arts with social and political concerns to communities around the country. Vogue.com asked Fairfax Dorn, cofounder and executive director of Ballroom Marfa, to share some of her favorite snapshots from the weekend … Dorn has served as executive director of Ballroom Marfa since she founded the organization with Virginia Lebermann in 2003. Prada Marfa is firmly positioned within a contemporary understanding of site specific art, but also draws strongly on pop art and land art – two art forms which were conceived and thrived especially in the USA from the 1960’s and onwards. Established in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, our contemporary art and performance space is housed in a 1920s-era ballroom and is free and open to the public. It is advertisement only when a company either commissions someone to make such a sign, pays for its execution or makes a sign themselves in order to promote the company’s products. Prada Marfa is a site-specific, permanent land art project by artists Elmgreen & Dragset constructed in 2005. We enable these profound cultural happenings and connection to further inspire local, national and international communities in developing new ways of experiencing and enriching our world. Established in 2010 by Ballroom Marfa co-founder Fairfax Dorn and the Public Concern Foundation’s Hamilton Fish, Marfa Dialogues began with two Marfa-based symposia, the first on the politics and culture of the US/Mexico border in 2010. Ballroom Marfa will present an art exhibition of environmentally-engaged works at the Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space (455 W. 19th Street in Chelsea), and will orchestrate additional events with Marfa Dialogues program partners at that location. Dorn is best known for cofounding Ballroom Marfa, though she says it began mostly by accident. Marc Glimcher and Fairfax Dorn wed at Catto-Gage Ranch in Marfa. By Abbie Perrault . Founded in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, Ballroom Marfa is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a dynamic, contemporary cultural arts space housed in a converted dancehall that dates to 1927. Tagged as: Agnes Denes, Amy Balkin, Ballroom Marfa, Donald Judd, Fairfax Dorn, Hans Haacke, Larry Bamburg, Marfa Dialogues/New York, Maya Lin, MD/NY, Quiet Earth, Robert Rauschenberg, Trevor Paglen. Ballroom is committed to helping artists and musicians achieve extraordinary projects and has commissioned many important works including: Kite Symphony (forthcoming), a new film commission by artists Roberto Lange (aka Helado Negro) and Kristi Sword; bust: indestructible columns (2019), rafa esparza’s performance on the South Lawn of the White House that challenged oppressive architectures of American power; stone circle (2018), a semi-permanent site-specific public installation by Haroon Mirza; The Marfa Triptych (2012 – 2016), a three-part musical portrait of West Texas by composer Graham Reynolds; Giant (2014), a film commission by Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler; The Shea Butter Irrigation System (2013), a major installation in Ballroom’s courtyard by Rashid Johnson; Hello Meth Lab in the Sun (2008), an immersive transformation of Ballroom’s gallery by Jonah Freeman, Justin Lowe, and Alexander Singh; Prada Marfa (2005), a site-specific public sculpture by Elmgreen & Dragset; and Pyramids of Conscience (2005) a large-scale, site-specific sculptural commission by Agnes Denes. Find contact's direct phone number, email address, work history, and more. Interdisciplinary Project Brings Together Over 20 Leading Cultural, Academic and Advocacy Organizations Citywide To Address Climate Change in Art, Activism and Science. Prada Marfa is a living sculpture, an installation that has taken on a life of its own. 40 x 50 inches (unframed) “We turned up the volume on Marfa, but it wasn’t immediate,” admitted Fairfax Dorn, who, with Virginia Lebermann, founded Ballroom Marfa in 2003. Established in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, our contemporary art and performance space is housed in a 1920s-era ballroom and is free and open to the public. Lebermann is currently president of Ballroom Marfa’s board of directors. P.O. Sutton comes to Marfa after a four-year tenure at Houston’s Menil Collection, where, as assistant curator, she most recently organized A Thin Wall of Air: Charles James (2014), an exhibition exploring the work of the celebrated designer in relation to John and Dominique de Menil, two of his most committed patrons. August 17, 2011 11:07am Fairfax Dorn is the executive director and co-founder of Ballroom Marfa, the arts venue in a converted dancehall in the idyllic town popularized by … The series is finished, and excellent. Sutton managed the exhibition Byzantine Things in the World (2013), contributing a major essay, “Resistant Surfaces,” to its catalogue. Ballroom Marfa is pleased to announce the opening of Immaterial, an exhibition that will focus on the physical and psychic tensions between form, color and space across varied visual and structural mediums. It was not a work commissioned by the fashion brand Prada nor had the fashion brand any involvement in the creation of this work. Add to that all of the camera people, copywriters, graphic artists, publicists and the very long list of all of you who contributed so much to the success of our first two Dialogues. The gallery is housed in a converted dancehall that dates to 1927. James Evans Ballroom Marfa Co-Founder Fairfax Dorn, LA Confidential Publisher Alison Miller, and Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine Sue Hostetler attend LA Confidential and Ballroom Marfa Honoring LA's Prominent And... Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images In the next several weeks we’ll be posting more details about the calendar of events on www.ballroommarfa.org and our new website, marfadialogues.org. Exhibitions at Ballroom Marfa are supported by The Brown Foundation, Inc.; Fairfax Dorn and Marc Glimcher; Virginia Lebermann and family; Lebermann Foundation; Ballroom Marfa Board of Trustees, International Surf Club and members. P.O. [email protected]   https://www.ballroommarfa.org/. Within our 13 years of producing and presenting important public art, few works have been as eagerly embraced than Prada Marfa by Elmgreen & Dragset. Fairfax Dorn, Ballroom Marfa’s co-founder and outgoing executive director, will transition to the role of artistic director, where she will work with Sutton in conceiving and implementing the creative and strategic vision for the Marfa-based non-profit. She married art executive Marc Glimcher and still travels to Marfa regularly. Hamilton Fish, co-founders, Marfa Dialogues. For more information on Marfa Dialogues past and future, visit our archive. Due to COVID-19 at many Art Foundations you need to reserve a ticket in advance: you can check them here: Ballroom Marfa is an internationally recognized non-collecting contemporary art museum located in Marfa, a rural town of less than 2,000 people in Far West Texas. I miss all the aspects of it: the birds, the grass, the relaxed nature, even the experience of art is just different there.”, Ballroom Marfa co-founders Fairfax Dorn and Virginia Lebermann will be honored at Artpace San Antonio’s The Happening, their annual fundraising gala and 21st Birthday celebration. And though she has been enjoying more family time, she said she misses home. One of the primary instigators behind the gutsy move was Fairfax Dorn, a native Texan who co-founded the nonprofit arts organization Ballroom Marfa, which supported Prada Marfa along … “I think about Texas all the time. In an increasingly commercialized world, we see the independent artistic treatment of all visual signs and signifiers as crucial to a better and wider understanding of our day-to-day surroundings, including the influence of corporations. +1 (432) 729 3600. Watch Dorn’s episode here; or view the entire series here. Box 1661 Box 1661 Since 2003, Dorn has been responsible for the artistic and programmatic vision of Ballroom Marfa. In conjunction with The Progress of Love, she launched the Menil’s first exhibition related website. She was also a contributor to African Art from the Menil Collection (2008). Fairfax Dorn, Ballroom Marfa’s co-founder and outgoing executive director, will transition to the role of artistic director, where she will work with Sutton in conceiving and implementing the creative and strategic vision for the Marfa-based non-profit. The gallery is housed in a converted dancehall that dates to 1927. We are encouraging engagement with art, and Prada Marfa is an important precursor to other public art projects in Marfa and Far West Texas. Stay in touch with The Sentinel. With the support of our partners at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation we have created a two-month long Marfa Dialogues calendar of events in New York, beginning in October. Vogue.com asked Fairfax Dorn, cofounder and executive director of Ballroom Marfa, to share some of her favorite snapshots from the weekend … Great public art empowers people and gives them alternate ways to understand the times that we live in; Prada Marfa is a civic gift that has become one of the great worldwide pop icons. Artpace is proud to honor Fairfax Dorn and Virginia Lebermann, the visionary founders of Ballroom Marfa, who have worked to elevate Texas and Texas artists in the international contemporary art arena. 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