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Nasher Sculpture Center Accepts Gifts of Texas Works by Jim Love and David McManaway

Over the summer, Dallas Nasher Sculpture Center has acquired it’s first taste of Texas art: gifts of significant pieces by pioneering Texas found-object assemblers Jim Love and David McMananway. Love’s Scoop Tailed Chef, an early welded steel assemblage, was donated by the Friends of Jim Love. Love’s Witch Doctor, and  McManaway’s Ahab (1989) and Wonderful, then is the land… (1974), were donated by Nasher patron Elizabeth B. (Betty) Blake from her own collection.

also by Bill Davenport
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