Caledonia Curry, or Swoon, is recognized around the world for her pioneering vision of public artwork. Through intimate portraits, immersive installations and multi-year community-based projects, she has spent over 20 years exploring the relationships of individuals to the built environment, using her art as a catalyst for social change and healing.
Registration is FREE for Nasher Members and Dallas Art Fair ticket holders and $10 for non-members. Advance registration requested.
Nasher Sculpture Center Chief Curator Jed Morse speaks with Curry about her diverse practice and some of the most impactful projects, including The House Our Families Built, a mobile public art commission developed in collaboration with PBS American Portrait and presented during the Dallas Art Fair at Klyde Warren Park in partnership with Turner Carroll Gallery.
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