Current Exhibitions

1.28.17 - 4.30.17

American sculptor Richard Serra (born 1939) is an accomplished printmaker, who has made over 200 printed works in a span of 45 years. Like his sculpture, Serra’s prints reflect his interest in process, the expansion of scale to monumental proportions, and the artist’s ingenuity in pushing the boundaries of traditional methods and techniques. 

1.28.17 - 4.23.17

In conjunction with the exhibition Richard Serra: Prints the Nasher Sculpture Center’s curators have chosen works from the Nasher Collection that provide context for better understanding Serra’s work. The sculptures span decades, from the experiments of Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, and Henri Matisse in the first years of the twentieth century to works by Serra’s near-contemporaries Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, and Richard Long.

2.18.17 - 7.16.17

In 2015, the Nasher Sculpture Center was invited to select works to be donated from the Manuel Neri Trust. The resultant gift (six sculptures and ten drawings) comprises one of the most important public repositories of the artist’s work, highlighting significant developments in Neri’s career and providing insight into his working process. Manuel Neri: Recent Acquisitions from the Artist’s Trust celebrates this extraordinary gift and highlights the work of this important American sculptor and draftsman.

3.1.17 - 4.30.17

2017 Nasher Prize Laureate Pierre Huyghe has profoundly expanded the parameters of sculpture through artworks encompassing a variety of materials and disciplines, bringing cinema, music, and dance into contact with science and philosophy and incorporating time-based elements as diverse as microclimates, ice, rituals, parades, robotics, computer programs, games, dogs, bees, or microorganisms. As part of the celebrations surrounding Nasher Prize, the Nasher Sculpture Center presents two important works by the artist: an active marine ecosystem and a living sculpture.