A man stands beside a two-story building with a mill in the distance.

"Aside from Ft. Russell…the Mansana de Chinati/The Block, a city block in town, is the largest and most complete place that I've planned. Originally there were only two large iron and adobe warehouses parallel to each other and a much smaller two-story building on a block open to the main highway on the south and to the railroad tracks and a feed mill on the north. This was a very general arrangement, which determined at most a corresponding rectangular alignment." --Donald Judd

La Mansana de Chinati, CA. 1970. Courtesy Judd Foundation Archive. Art © Judd Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY