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.
The Nasher Summer 2015 edition highlights the upcoming exhibition Phyllida Barlow 'tryst' which presents monumental works by the preeminent British sculptor. Also, learn more about Giuseppe Penone: Being the River, Repeating the Forest, the first U.S. museum exhibition by the Italian artist in over thirty years, as well as the elaborate participatory installation by Piero Golia, and a glimpse into the Hollywood vernacular with Sightings: Alex Israel.
Plus, discover thoughts on Nasher Prize, the Nasher Sculpture Center’s recently inaugurated annual international sculpture award; explore the talents of the Nasher’s first-ever Artist Microgrants winners; enjoy articles on the Nasher’s restaging of Cuban artist Tania Bruguera’s Tatlin’s Whisper #6, and the life and legacy of philanthropist Evelyn Kelly Lambert along with insights on the recently re-opened Musée Picasso, Paris.
In addition to this rich content, The Nasher provides useful information on all of the public programs that the museum offers, such as ‘til Midnight at the Nasher, Target First Saturdays, and the Dallas Design Symposium, as well as imaginative activities for kids and families.
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