Face masks are required for visitors to the museum. 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
Explore the first US museum retrospective of the pioneering artist Harry Bertoia. Starting January 29, see more than 100 works of design, jewelry, and sound sculptures that influenced culture, both at mid-century and now.
Discover a groundbreaking and immersive virtual reality experience. Alejandro G. Iñárritu's Academy Award®-winning CARNE y ARENA (Virtually present, Physically invisible) explore the human condition of immigrants and refugees.
Learn more about the 2022 Nasher Prize Laureate Nairy Baghramian, whose art, according to Nasher Prize Juror Phyllida Barlow, creates "a bodily, visceral clash between the viewer and the sculpture."
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.