Nasher Sculpture Center
October 30, 2016 | 2–4:30 pm
"Join The Dallas Architecture Forum for an afternoon focused on how outstanding design utilizes materials, from common to rare, as integral elements of the design process. Learn how leading architects and artists incorporate functionality into their designs, ranging in scale from small sculptures to residences." For more info, go here.
September 11 - May 21, 2017
A monthly program of experimental film screenings. The program is organized by Frank Dufour, Professor in the recently created school of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC) at the University of Texas at Dallas, and Emmanuel Lefrant, director of Light Cone, a French organization dedicated to the diffusion and conservation of experimental cinema. For more info, and to register for the screenings, go here.
September 10 - January 8, 2017
An exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist Kathryn Andrews. For this show, Andrews creates a loose narrative around the elements of a presidential campaign. Additionally, Andrews ties in pop culture references to mock the seriousness of the Executive Office.
The Nasher’s ‘til Midnight at the Nasher presents music from local and regional talent along with special film screenings. See below for the full performer and...Read More
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Joel Shapiro. The show consists of a single site-specific installation conceived for the Nasher.
“Adrien Gardere and Olivier Meslay will discuss Dallas’ Museum of Street of Culture in the context of new approaches to designing and building museums to reach...Read More
A panel discussion featuring Amy Cappellazzo, Paul Schimmel, Stefan Simchowitz, and Sarah Thornton. The panelists will discuss the politics of buying and selling art.
A community day celebrating the Nasher Prize. Special events include: • Museum Ambassador Tours, available upon request; meet at Admissions Desk • Doris Salcedo Reading...Read More
Doris Salcedo, the inaugural Nasher Prize Laureate will present a public lecture on her artistic philosophy and practice.
“Martha Thorne, Executive Director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, will present a public lecture on the evolution of major discipline-based awards and how they may...Read More
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...Read More
The Dallas launch for semigloss. Magazine’s Sound issue. Featuring works by Morehshin Allahyari, Nino Baumgartner, Jeff Gibbons, Sally Glass, Kenneth Goldsmith, Peter Lucas, Shelby David Meier, M, Carolyn Sortor, Sharon Turner, and Jim Nolan.
An exhibition of works by Brussels-based artist Ann Veronica Janssens. For this show, Janssens has created sculptures that play with the eye, in which viewers “encounter shifts in surface,...Read More
A lecture by ceramic artist Edmund de Waal.
An exhibition of works by Alex Israel that stem from his life in Los Angeles. For this exhibition, Israel combines his sculptures with objects from the Nasher’s...Read More
“A luxurious salon that integrates architecture, entertainment, and works of art by Golia’s friends Pierre Huyghe, Mark Grotjahn, Jeff Wall, and Christopher Williams. This reinterpretation of Golia’s...Read More
An exhibition of works by Italian artist Giuseppe Penone. Drawing on connections with nature, Penone manipulates a variety of materials to examine the analogous processes of nature and art.
An exhibition of new large-scale assemblage works by British sculptor Phyllida Barlow.
A lecture featuring artist Jonathan Hammer, whose practice has investigated the concept of narrative through such traditional techniques as etching, Japanese screen-making, 16th-century marquetry and...Read More
Chilean-born artist Iván Navarro, known for his socio-politically charged sculptures of neon, fluorescent, and incandescent light, will speak at the Nasher in conjunction with the...Read More
In celebration of a new website exploring in depth the impacts of French sculpture on the cultural landscape of the United States, Laure de Margerie...Read More
Part of the Nasher’s “Soundings” series, this concert explores dark themes in works for string quartet and soprano, with composer and violist Brett Dean, violinists...Read More
A retrospective exhibition of renowned American sculptor and pioneering figure in African-American art, Melvin Edwards, who has redefined the modernist tradition of welded sculpture with...Read More
Installation artist extraordinaire Ann Hamilton will be the featured speaker at the 2014 UNT Nasher Lecture Series. Tickets required.
Restrained tabletop objects in unfired clay play with the nuances of the Nasher’s architecture in Papp’s first museum show in the United States.
Preview screening at Texas Theater of Art21 Season 7 episode featuring Katharina Grosse and her exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center (summer of 2013) with a Q&A...Read More
The first North American presentation of the English designer’s practice, spanning the disciplines of architecture, furniture and product design, to engineering, sculpture and urban planning....Read More
Los Angeles-based artist Grotjahn came to prominence for large, richly worked paintings. Alongside his paintings, Grotjahn has been working privately on sculpture for over a...Read More
Continuing their Sightings series of installations and interventions, the Nasher presents the first American museum exhibition of the German-Iranian artist, Bettina Pousttchi.
The Modern and the Nasher present a joint exhibition of the work of artist David Bates. The exhibition is a retrospective of Bates’s work installed...Read More
Tasset is an American artist who lives and works in Chicago. His work explores popular culture from high and low sources. He recently installed Eye...Read More
The Nasher’s ongoing 360 speaker series features conversations and lectures on the definition of sculpture. Long’s main motivations for creating art is to “make an...Read More
360 Symposium: Return to Earth: Ceramic Sculpture of Fontana, Melotti, Miró, Noguchi, and Picasso, 1943–1963, and Its Legacy
The Nasher’s ongoing speaker series features conversations and lectures on the ever-expanding definition of sculpture. Morning Session: A Historical Perspective: 10am – 11:45am Divergent but Parallel:...Read More
Responding to a variety of personal impulses and historical circumstances, these artists produced bodies of work in fired clay that engaged the material in inventive...Read More
Los Angeles artist Liz Larner speaks, with a wine reception immediately following the presentation. For information and reservations, email email@example.com. FREE with admission: Adults $10....Read More