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In this issue, we hope you enjoy learning about our upcoming exhibition Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony, a new perspective on the traditional ceremony combining the artist's longtime interests: branding and luxury, manufacture and hardware, travel and space, and US iconography.

In this issue, we hope you enjoy learning about our upcoming exhibition Roni Horn, in which the artist will install eight large-scale cylindrical cast glass sculptures of varying colors in the museum’s main gallery. It will be Horn's first U.S. museum presentation of her work since 2010 and the first to focus specifically on her cast glass sculpture. 

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In the latest issue of The Nasher, we present insights into our upcoming exhibition about sculptor Richard Serra’s printmaking process in Richard Serra: Prints, as well as a special feature on the 2017 Nasher Prize and 2017 Laureate, Pierre Huyghe.

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In the latest issue of The Nasher, we present insights into on our fall exhibitions: Kathryn Andrews: Run for President, a timely look, in this election season, at the relationship between the imagery of the presidency and the entertainment industry, as well as Sightings: Michael Dean

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This edition of The Nasher magazine looks at the Nasher Sculpture Center’s exhibition, Joel Shapiro, the Plaster in the Collection installation, recent acquisitions, and more.

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Welcome to the spring issue of The Nasher members' magazine.

Our largest and most robust member magazine to date features our spring exhibitions Ann Veronica Janssens and Sightings: Mai-Thu Perret and a myriad of interesting stories. 

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Welcome to the Nasher Sculpture Center’s second digital magazine, The Nasher, which includes enhanced multimedia content and resources on upcoming fall 2015 exhibitions and public programs.

The Nasher Magazine

The Nasher Sculpture Center’s inaugural digital magazine, The Nasher, includes enhanced multimedia content and resources on upcoming summer and fall 2015 exhibitions and public programs.