Today in the roundup: Renzo Piano is sad about the Nasher, FW Weekly Music Awards lineup and a notable death.
Posts Tagged 'Nasher Sculpture Center'
Guest blogger Gail Sachson reports from the Nasher Sculpture Center’s inaugural Gallery Lab Series event.
Monday on Think, Krys Boyd discussed the Museum Tower development and its effects on the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Dallas Arts District with a panel that included our very own Jerome Weeks.
The dispute between the Nasher Sculpture Center and Museum Tower over damaging sunlight shows how commercial and cultural interests don’t always make for happy neighbors. But another town avoided such a conflict.
Culture can be fun! Check out these fun events at our local museums.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing FW Opera’s ‘Figaro,’ 35 Denton’s impact on its host city and Ernesto Neto discusses his work at the Nasher.
Architecture critic Paul Goldberger on the Nasher’s slow-roasting by Museum Tower: “The Nasher was there first, it didn’t create the problem, and it is suffering from it.” Why, in heaven’s name, he asks, should it be asked to help remedy the problem?
Arts District dust-up makes the Times, the Tonys have a few local ties, and some pretty pix of architects: it’s the Wednesday round-up.
The Nasher has a few new feathered friends.
The Dallas artist’s meticulously recreated killer-whale carcass wowed them at the Whitney Biennial in 2004. It was the bleakest possible natural history display. Now the Nasher is showcasing a trio of his brilliantly creepy works.