The installation of John Chamberlain’s 23 sculptures in painted and chromium-plated steel is located in the former Marfa Wool and Mohair Building in the center of Marfa. The building was architecturally adapted by Donald Judd and installed by Chamberlain and Judd. Eight of the exhibited works (Falfurrias through Glasscock-Notrees and Panna Normanna) are from a group of ten sculptures constructed on a ranch near Amarillo, Texas, between 1972 and 1975 and are loosely named after towns and counties throughout the state. The works were purchased by the Dia Art Foundation and given to the Chinati Foundation in 1986.