Upcoming Exhibitions

5.11.19 - 8.18.19
Sheila Hicks has been working almost exclusively with textiles throughout her decades-long career. Known for pushing the material into monumental scale, Hicks’s textile sculptures and installations transform thread and fiber into entire environments and reflect her formalist training, with their emphasis on color, form, and line. Her work draws from traditions of weaving, architecture, fashion, and her personal experiences of living, working, and traveling across the globe. 
9.14.19 - 1.5.20

In the fall of 2019, the Nasher Sculpture Center will present Elmgreen & Dragset, an exhibition that will mark the Scandinavian duo’s first major museum presentation in the U.S. Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have worked together as Elmgreen & Dragset since the mid-1990s. 

10.26.19 - 2.2.20

In her first U.S. commission, French artist Anne Le Troter will consider the ethics of eugenics in a linguistic score and site-specific installation.

9.19.20 - 1.10.21

Italian-born, American artist Harry Bertoia (1915–1978) was one of the most prolific, innovative artists of the postwar period. Trained at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, where he met future colleagues and collaborators Charles and Ray Eames, Florence Knoll, and Eero Saarinen, he went on to make one-of-a kind jewelry, design iconic chairs, create thousands of unique sculptures including large-scale commissions for significant buildings, and forward the use of sound as sculptural material. His work speaks to the confluence of numerous fields of endeavor but is united throughout by a sculptural approach to making and an experimental embrace of metal.