Sites We Love
Wooden Dipped Cones, Y’all
Camp’s Dairy Queen Series: S, M, L Dipped Cones
Closed October 20-24.
Sorry, friends. We are closed October 20-24. We will be open October 25.
Nathaniel Russell Opening on Saturday
Join us for Nathaniel Russell’s PEACE POEM exhibition. Opening is Friday, October 9, 9-11 p.m.
PEACE POEM is a collection of new work by Nathaniel Russell. The woodcuts, silkscreens, and drawings in the exhibit are banners for an imaginary parade, picket signs at a protest that hasn’t happened, signs for movies not made, books unwritten, and promotional posters for the present moment. This body of work continues an exploration of hope, connection, and being though simplicity, humor and the balance of dark and light.
Closed September 5 – 18
Hi. We are gearing up for Fall events.
In case we miss you, have fun and enjoy our town.
Dear friend and customer …
We are closed Tuesday, May 10-Friday, May 27.
CLOSED. TEMPORARY. SORRY
Wrong Marfa store and gallery will be closed January 31-February 25.
Alia will be in attendance with poet Jacqueline Suskin.
Come get a drawing and a poem.
Wrong Marfa is closed Jan. 30 – Feb. 25. I repeat, CLOSED for the month of February.
We will kick off the spring with an art opening with Yard Dog Art on March 5.
March 11 we are hosting Ballroom Marfa’s Marfa Myths with harpist Mary Lattimore. Yes, harpist! 5 p.m.
March 12, Basha Burwell will be here for a pop up. We all love Basha! Working on times.
Borderline Greatness — Camp Bosworth Catalogue
Alia Shawkat @ Wrong
Alia Shawkat’s drawings will be on exhibition @Wrong through January. Check back for details on the artist’s reception — sometime in January.
We will be open Thanksgiving weekend roughly noon to 4/5 on Friday and Saturday.
Two more weeks to see Chuck and George’s installation.
Alex Marks Exhibition
On view through October 3 is Alex Marks’ sublime and sexy photographs of White Sands shot during a full moon.
Opening is September 18, 7-9 p.m.
Traveling this way?
Wrong has some sweet plans for the remainder of 2015 and 2016.
We are still working on 2016 but please plan to check out our shows while you are here.
Butch Anthony in the House!
Artist Butch Anthony’s “It Ain’t Dying I’m Talking About, It’s Living” will be up through the end of April.
Heartpine hearts for your poohbear.
These custom pocket hearts can have your favorite sweet nuthin on them. It’s a constant reminder of your sweet love.
Order now: email@example.com
Open All Week!
The Wrong Store is open every day this week, noon to 5. December 29 – 31. Come on by!
Ben Medansky Ceramics
We are now offering Ben Medansky Ceramics.
We particularly love these two pieces:
Skull Show! 2.
Yes. This will be on view:
The artists’ goods are arriving for our Skull Show. Opening on October 10, 9-11 p.m. @wrongmarfa.
ABOUT LINES by William Vizcarra
Wrong will be exhibiting William Vizcarra’s lovely sculptures:
About Lines is William’s study into the duality properties of lines in relation to contrasting mix-media.
Vizcarra is from Ciudad Juárez and we are lucky to have him here.
See Wrong Store
We have new tees. Local humor.
Tito’s & Tipsy Texan & Tacos
Come on over April 10, 7-8:30 p.m. for Tito’s Vodka, Tipsy Texan cocktails and Fat Lyle’s Tacos.
There will be a suggested door donation of $5 and every dollar collected will go to Grand Companions.
Joi & Nick bring Specimens to Wrong.
Drop by and see their work through April 24.
Pinterest is Coming to Town!
Pinterest is having a local meet-up in Marfa, Texas and we are so happy to be hosting them.
We’ve invited Anthony Desimone to provide charcuterie for the event. We will have many selections of Camp Bosworth’s cheeseboards for sale too.
Recent logo designs
Logos created for Don’t Fence Me In, a Marfa company creating beautiful tumbleweed lights
West Texan, a lovely Marfa rental on West Texas Street
We love Lucchese. We have boots to prove it.
We love these installation shots by Alex Marks.
Our Boombox Project will be up through the end of February.
We can’t wait.
Camp’s boombox sculptures and Lyle Owerko’s stunning photographs of the machines themselves.
DJ 2nd Sandwich will be working the break dance numbers.
If you see this, we will forward to Dwight for you. We appreciate your business and we are so happy you loved the town. Come back and see us.
We love Heyd
The Wrong Store and Gallery will be showing a collection of work from Texas artist Heyd Fontenot. The opening is Friday, June 28, 6-9 p.m. at 110 W. Dallas.
The exhibit is a collection of recent works-on-paper and paintings from the artist. These figurative artworks are a utopian mediation. Avoiding professional models, the artist recruits his friends and artistic peers to model for him, over time building a comprehensive portrait of his social circles over the last two decades. Fontenot has often expressed his deep appreciation that people are willing to be a part of his studio practice as such and notes the impossibility of creating the body of work without this display of cooperation. He calls this work a collaboration between himself and his community.
Heyd Fontenot is director of CentralTrak, an international artists’ residency program and exhibition space located in Dallas, Texas.
Whatever medium he chooses, Fontenot usually revisits the themes of sexuality and morality producing joyful and playful works that nonetheless subtly undermine dominant cultural perceptions. In his own words, “If there is a radical nature to sexuality, it lies not in its ability to titillate, but rather in its inherent powers of spiritual transformation.”
Fontenot is an active exhibiting artist who is represented by Conduit Gallery in Dallas and by Inman Gallery in Houston. His work is included in the upcoming Texas Biennial Anniversary Exhibition in Aug/Sept of 2013, as a three-time Texas Biennial artist.
Yep. We were on 60 Minutes.
Morley Safer & Co. came to Marfa and they fell in love with it.
Camp’s Security Camera
Check out this wonderful home featuring Camp’s carved wood and gold leaf security camera. (That big photo is a photo of Camp too!)
AKs completed for a private collector.
To see more of Camp Bosworth’s work, please visit: http://www.campbosworth.com
A Black Worth Seeing
Red Ants Pants in Marfa town!
We are hosting Miss Sarah Calhoun’s Red Ants Pants at a pot luck dinner at the Wrong store on March 7, 6-8 p.m.
She’s coming from the other big sky country, Montana and I’d love to give her a sweet Marfa welcome. Her work pants are cool!
Please join us:
With a little help from our friends …
With a little help from our friends, we rescued this tumbleweed. Holiday surprise!
Hey Washington and Colorado!
The perfect hide-out for your goodies!
GIANT was filmed in Marfa, Texas in 1955. It’s only fitting we sell the Levi’s Vintage Collection 501 / 1955 model. This jean is the quintessential 1950’s shape and we can promise this: James Dean would approve.
The new and improved Wrong store opens next week!
We are pleased to announce we are selling Levi’s Vintage Collection.
Wrong is Nylon.
There’s a sweet blurb about the Wrong Store in the September issue of Nylon. Thanks Mallory Rice!
Camp completes Loyola Chicago shields.
Camp did the final touches before they shipped. They are going Loyola Chicago’s new Cuneo Hall.
Hello, my name is SAAVEDRA @ WRONG
Hello, my name is SAAVEDRA.
The Wrong Store proudly presents a one-day exhibition / trunk show of work by multimedia artist Ed Saavedra. Best known for painting and assemblage, Saavedra is also senior creative co-conspirator for FL!GHT – a contemporary art space in San Antonio now celebrating a decade of monthly shows and side projects. In the past two years, Saavedra has exhibited in Mexico City (MX), New Orleans (LA), Madrid (ES), Houston (TX), Lubbock (TX), Trujillo (PE), and Santa Monica (CA). His work has been featured in the the McNay Art Museum, San Antonio Museum of Art (permanent collection), Institute of Texan Cultures, Museo de Arte Moderno, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, and Art Lies: A Contemporary Art Journal.
Who?: Ed Saavedra
In love with Lucy today and every day.
This winter season, the Wrong store has been hosting our super talented friend Basha Burwell. Not only is she a great art director and stylist with all-around amazing personal style, she makes amazing jewelry. The Wrong store will be offering her special line through March. If you are in Marfa, drop by and see us. Or, you can check her out at www.bashaburwell.com
Plata o Plomo
Don’t miss Camp Bosworth’s Plata O Plomo show at the Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art. It runs through April 1.
Two of our favorites at Wrong.
Jen Siska’s Marfa photos
Beautiful shots of Marfa by Jen Siska.
New Hats at Wrong
Our dear friend Cassie MacGregor made burlap Wrong hats.
Available Chinati Weekend at the Wrong store.
Bye-Bye Crown Victoria
Two guys pulled up today and tied a rope between the LTD Crown Victoria and a big Ford truck. They towed it away. Happy and sad to see it go.
The Turkeys and us.
The local celebrity Turkeys are in charge. Wish you could have seen the SUV driver going postal. He had a sense of humor failure.
Love the Chinati interns.
One of the great things about Marfa is the comings and goings of Chinati interns.
This is how we carpool in Marfa.
Sonic Fabric Custom Editions Project
Our friend, Alyce Santoro:
Just plain wrong.
No, we did not get this from the Get Go, but we are delighted to hear about their new, organic produce selection!
We swear we aren’t complaining but …
Marfa is generally cooler than this in August.
Plata o Plomo
Plata o Plomo is in Marfa.
Giant GIANT photos
The Wrong store is offering four original and gorgeous photos from the shooting of GIANT.
Not to rub it in …
But Marfa is nice and cool. The doors and windows are open and it’s lovely here.
Wish you were here.
The Tequila Tower was looking a little nekkid. Today, we added clouds.
Taste the Difference
Even though we have an ice maker, we love Marfa ice. We’ve become a little obsessed with it.
A Texas Icon
This might be the best beer can Camp has ever carved.
Open for Online Business
The Adventures of Three Lucky Turkeys
They’ve stopped traffic.
Check out the most popular post ever on Marfalist.org.
The Best Epitaph in the World
To the next friend who provides a photo of him/herself at this tombstone in the Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, we’ll send a Breakfast Head.