Nasher Sculpture Center
March 12 - July 17, 2016
An exhibition built off Perret's performance staged in Geneva, drawing from bunraku an ancient Japanese form of puppetry. This elaborated narrative includes, "a journalist, an Indian mystic, a 19th-century American Shaker, a 1950s computer programmer and an artificial intelligence".
Internationally renowned artist Kiki Smith will be the featured speaker at the annual Nasher Lecture Series on Tuesday, January 29 at 7 pm presented by...Read More
The Nasher has commissioned Eva Rothschild to create a site-specific sculpture for the museum’s entrance bay.
Text sculpture from the early 1960s through the mid-1970s, highlighting work conceived for ephemeral media—gallery announcements, newspaper and magazine ads, posters and broadsheets, bulletins, articles,...Read More
Please email 360RSVP@nashersculpturecenter.org for reservations.
Everyone’s international favorite stretched-nylon environment artist creates a new work at the Nasher, via a team of assistants. Let’s hope it’s light-fast!
New sculptures present fantastic vignettes of animals ensnared in strange, sometimes devastating circumstances.
Soundsuits designed by Nick Cave and built by UNT students, faculty and staff are featured in a new performance by UNT Dance majors and music...Read More
An annual exhibit of the sculpture of Dallas students from six middle and high schools who visited the Nasher to learn about the concept of...Read More
11 imposing mixed-media collages—or bulletin boards, as he sometimes calls them, highlighting Hundley’s investigations of the ancient Greek tragedy The Bacchae by Euripides.
The Nasher Sculpture Center has commissioned a new work by Syrian-born American artist Diana Al-Hadid as part of its ongoing Sightings series of installations by...Read More
Nasher Director Jeremy Strick and Melissa Chiu, Director of the Asia Society Museum, discuss the current state of affairs in China as it relates to...Read More
Billed as “The first major Cragg show in the U.S in 20 years”; featuring 30 large-to medium large sculptures from the internationally-acclaimed artist, made between...Read More
The Nasher’s 360 Speaker Series features Aaron Curry and Thomas Houseago, artists in the current exhibition, Statuesque. Curry was born in San Antonio, Houseago in...Read More
Statuesque brings forth a dynamic group of six international artists including Pawel Althamer, Huma Bhabha, Aaron Curry, Thomas Houseago, Matthew Monahan and Rebecca Warren. Featuring...Read More
Turner Prize-winning artist, Martin Creed, creates a site-specific installation in the Lower Level Gallery of the Nasher Sculpture Center as part of their Sightings series...Read More
The annual Texas Regionalism Symposium from the Dallas Architecture Forum this year will address how African-American architects shaped the city in the 20th century. Morning...Read More
The Nasher Sculpture Center presents Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art: From, Balance, Joy which is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. The exhibition...Read More
Sightings begins this October The Nasher Sculpture Center with an installation of new work by Brooklyn-based artist Alyson Shotz! This exhibition inaugurates Sightings: New Art...Read More
Revelation: The Art of James Magee marks the first major museum exhibition of the artist’s work in 18 years. Organized by the Nasher Sculpture Center,...Read More
British artist Rachel Whiteread takes over Dallas with her first museum retrospective of her drawings at The Nasher Sculpture Center. Primarily known for her sculptures,...Read More
The Nasher Sculpture Center presents a unique installation exploring the intersection between architecture and craft. Installed in the Nasher’s garden, Boolean Valley is the result...Read More
Jaume Plensa: Genus and Species is the Nasher’s first major exhibition of the work of a living artist. Contemporary Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa will exhibit eight large-scale...Read More
"To mark its 5th anniversary, the Nasher Sculpture Center will mount an exhibition in celebration of its founders. The Story of the Nasher Collection: A...Read More
Was she a large girl? Big through the hips? …roomy?
See, museums in Dallas do collaborate! Matisse: Painter as Sculptor was actually co-organized between three museums: the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center...Read More