Due to inclement weather, the Nasher Sculpture Center will be closed Friday, February 19 and Saturday, February 20.
For the health and safety of our staff and visitors, COVID-19 prevention measures remain in place. Learn more about what to expect during your visit.
See works by modern and contemporary masters in the Nasher's light-filled galleries and serene outdoor sculpture garden. Learn more about what to expect during your visit.
Plan a Visit
Nasher Mixtape offers a compilation of “tracks,” micro-exhibitions from the Nasher’s permanent collection. See works by Constantin Brancusi, Judy Chicago, Melvin Edwards, Joan Miró, and more.
About the Exhibition
Each month, explore a variety of artist-designed projects and experiences that you can enjoy at home. / Cada mes, explore una variedad de proyectos y experiencias diseñadas por artistas que pueden disfrutar en casa.
Enjoy the Nasher Garden virtually with music that reminds us of the power of the arts to reflect, motivate, calm, and inspire. Watch new solo and group performances by local musicians-as well as interviews and art insights from your favorite performers.
Experience new art from Texas artists. Inspired by the 2020 series Nasher Windows, Nasher Public presents rotating exhibitions at the Nasher and in the community.
See works from the renowned Nasher Sculpture Center collection on view in the sculpture garden and galleries. Artists like Giacometti, Matisse, Miro, Picasso, Rodin and more make up this important sculpture collection.
Learn more about the 2020 Nasher Prize Laureate Michael Rakowitz, whose art, according to Nasher Prize Juror Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, explores “how to take the problem of cultural destruction and transform that into a resource for a very optimistic vision of the reconstruction of our society.”
Continue engaging with the Nasher from home. Browse curated lists of articles, videos, activities, and other digital resources.