The Fall 2018 edition of Nasher Sculpture Center's magazine, The Nasher is now available. Editorial features include essays on the current exhibition The Nature of Arp and as well as visual contributions from art historian Briony Fer, artist K. Yoland, and more.
Also in this issue, we celebrate the work of another foundational Nasher Collection artist, Henry Moore, through a look at the 1966 biography of the artist written by poet and essayist Donald Hall, who died recently at the age of 89. We also travel to the lovely art space Kettle’s Yard at the University of Cambridge via the words and photographs of writer Stephanie Madewell. And we’re excited to hear from artist and previous Nasher Artist Micro-Grant winner, Michael A. Morris, who recounts how this funding helped him make an award-winning film about a Dallas cult figure.
Additionally, we continue to extend the mission of Nasher Prize by featuring an excerpt from Nasher Prize Dialogues: Artists and Authorship, a discussion held in May in Glasgow, Scotland. Finally, Nasher Chief Curator Jed Morse interviews the lauded scholar and newest addition to the Nasher Prize jury, Briony Fer, about the role of art history within the landscape of contemporary sculpture. In our next issue, we look forward to highlighting the exciting announcement of the 2019 Laureate, Isa Genzken.