Marfa, Texas is a town with a population just south of 2,000 in the middle of nowhere. Even so, this place has one of the best art scenes in America. It doesn't make much sense, but it's true. (Fun fact: There's a rumor that Marfa is named after a character from a Fyodor Dostoevsky novel.) It all began in the 1970's when minimalist artist Donald Judd left New York City because he grew tired of the it and decided to shack-up in Marfa—of all places. Well known for its Prada and Playboy art pieces, Marfa has become one of America's most well known art enclaves. Just ask Beyoncé.