May 20, 2018 - Nasher Sculpture Center - The Nasher, summer 2018 edition out now
May 20, 2018

Nasher Sculpture Center

Cover of The Nasher, summer 2018.

The Nasher, summer 2018 edition out now

Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201
USA
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–5pm

T +1 214 242 5100

www.nashersculpturecenter.org
Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

The Nasher, summer 2018 edition out now

Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201
USA
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–5pm

T +1 214 242 5100

www.nashersculpturecenter.org
Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

The Nasher summer 2018 issue is out now—with contributions from Tauba Auerbach, Morehshin Allahyari, Pedro Reyes, and many more.

Disobedient Objects
New York-based Iranian artist Morehshin Allahyari describes her project Material Speculation: ISIS, 3D-printed sculptural reconstructions of ancient artifacts destroyed by ISIS.

In the Studio with Tauba Auerbach
Wunderkind Tauba Auerbach shares a photo essay describing her glass-making process.

Ex Libris: From the Library of Pedro Reyes
Celebrated Mexican artist Pedro Reyes digs into his outstanding home library to reveal some of his favorite monographs on sculptors.

Sightings: Luke Fowler
Artist Luke Fowler has used two works in the Nasher Collection to create a unique sound work, called Gone Reflections (Part 2), in this co-commission with the Lismore Castle Arts, Ireland.

A Tradition of Revolution
For the first time in more than five years, the entire Nasher Sculpture Center is dedicated to a permanent collection exhibition, exploring representations of revolutionary ideas in sculpture. Classic works by Edgar Degas, Paul Gaugin, Alexander Calder, and Henri Matisse, as well as more recent works by the likes of Louise Bourgeois, Phyllida Barlow, and Alex Isreal are featured.

Other highlights include:

–Seasoned experimental music writer Geeta Dayal gives a primer on how to think critically about sound art.
-Q&A with Cameroon-born singer/songwriter Laetitia Tamko, aka Vagabon.
-Director of the French Sculpture Census, Laure de Margerie, describes the way Marcel Jean’s Specter of the Gardenia connects to Claude Cahun’s Object and Nancy Grossman’s Bust.
-A new view of the compelling work of public sculpture, Harrow, by Dallas artist Linnea Glatt 

Read online or become a Nasher Member today to receive this quarterly publication in print.

The Nasher is a publication of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas. The Nasher Sculpture Center is one of the best collections of modern sculpture in the world, with masterpieces by artists such as Calder, Giacometti, Matisse, Miró, Moore, Picasso, and Rodin, as well as contemporary exhibitions by some of the most important artists working today. 

Related
Share
More
Nasher Sculpture Center
Share - New announcement
  • Share