Sonifying Sculpture: Luke Fowler’s Atmospheric Commission for the Nasher Sculpture Center
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Sonifying Sculpture: Luke Fowler’s Atmospheric Commission for the Nasher Sculpture Center

Glasgow-based artist and filmmaker Luke Fowler aims to convey information through atmospheric means, layering affect…

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First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone at the Nasher
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First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone at the Nasher

Extraordinary examples of handmade stone tools, some of the first aesthetically-conceived objects known to humankind,…

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<em>Tea Ceremony: </em>Tom Sachs at the Nasher
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Tea Ceremony: Tom Sachs at the Nasher

Tea Ceremony is the newest body of work by the American artist Tom Sachs, who…

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Roni Horn: Nasher Sculpture Center
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Roni Horn: Nasher Sculpture Center

For the first time at Dallas’ iconic Nasher Sculpture Center, curators have allowed for a…

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New Dimensions: Richard Serra Prints at Nasher Sculpture Center
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New Dimensions: Richard Serra Prints at Nasher Sculpture Center

Richard Serra’s work in print-making may be unknown to the casual art-goer, the artist’s name…

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Pierre Huyghe Wins 2017 Nasher Prize, the Foremost International Sculpture Honor
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Pierre Huyghe Wins 2017 Nasher Prize, the Foremost International Sculpture Honor

Pierre Huyghe, Cambrian Explosion, 2014, Live marine ecosystem, Photo credit: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich Monday…

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Popular Politics: Kathryn Andrews at Nasher Sculpture Center
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Popular Politics: Kathryn Andrews at Nasher Sculpture Center

As you approach the President’s desk in the Oval Office, a reflective chrome cylinder sits…

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After All:  Joel Shapiro at the Nasher
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After All: Joel Shapiro at the Nasher

In celebration of the American sculptor Joel Shapiro, the Nasher Sculpture Center, which holds six…

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An Urbanist Mastermind at the Nasher
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An Urbanist Mastermind at the Nasher

German-Iranian artist Bettina Pousttchi makes space through innuendo and urban device.

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Return to Earth at Nasher Sculpture Center
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Return to Earth at Nasher Sculpture Center

Return to Earth: Ceramic Sculpture of Fontana, pharm Melotti, prescription Miró, view Noguchi, and Picasso,…

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Nasher Welcomes Noted Design Critic
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Nasher Welcomes Noted Design Critic

The Nasher Sculpture Center and Dallas Architecture Forum have announced that the chief architecture critic…

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Free Friday at The Nasher
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Free Friday at The Nasher

For the next iteration of the ongoing Sightings series of installations and architectural interventions by…

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The A+C TX Top Ten:  June 2018
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The A+C TX Top Ten: June 2018

Our top ten picks for arts + culture events happening across the Lone Star State…

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TX Studio: Erick Swenson
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TX Studio: Erick Swenson

As every gardener should know, snails love beer so much they will crawl up the…

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The A+C TX Top Ten:  May 2018
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The A+C TX Top Ten: May 2018

Texas Lens: Arts Pedestrians
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Texas Lens: Arts Pedestrians

“Where are you going?” asked Dallas’s favorite classical DJ Amy Bishop, as I was heading…

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The A+C TX Top Ten:  March 2018
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The A+C TX Top Ten: March 2018

What Happens When Goliath Listens to David: HALL Arts gets it right (finally) with Through The Lens
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What Happens When Goliath Listens to David: HALL Arts gets it right (finally) with Through The Lens

The arts communities of Dallas—like many art communities across the country—are prone to tribalism, which…

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TX Studio: Darryl Ratcliff
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TX Studio: Darryl Ratcliff

On Ash Lane sits Ash Studios, a building described by Darryl Ratcliff as “a social…

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The A+C TX Top Ten:  February 2018
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The A+C TX Top Ten: February 2018

Rednecks and Circuit Queens, Together: Tito’s Prize Winner Zack Ingram Dares to Dream
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Rednecks and Circuit Queens, Together: Tito’s Prize Winner Zack Ingram Dares to Dream

Zack Ingram wasn’t entirely optimistic in spring, when he applied for the inaugural Tito’s Prize,…

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The A+C Top Ten:  July & August 2017
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The A+C Top Ten: July & August 2017

Arts + Culture Texas Magazine's top ten picks for performing and visual arts events happening…

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Painting the Town: The Dallas Art Fair Grows in Its Ninth Year
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Painting the Town: The Dallas Art Fair Grows in Its Ninth Year

Chris Byrne and his co-founder, John Sughrue didn’t expect the Dallas Art Fair to grow…

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Fantastic Spaces: Where Will a Former Architect Take the DMA?
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Fantastic Spaces: Where Will a Former Architect Take the DMA?

Given the centrality of immigration to the 2016 election and Texas’s status as a red…

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Art Outdoors: A Guide to Texas Sculpture Gardens
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Art Outdoors: A Guide to Texas Sculpture Gardens

This fall, art loving Texans have the perfect opportunity to venture outside of museum walls…

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The A+C TX Top Ten:  September 2016
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The A+C TX Top Ten: September 2016

A+C TX's top ten picks for arts and culture events happening across Texas in September…

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Objects & Motion: Jonah Bokaer at Soluna
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Objects & Motion: Jonah Bokaer at Soluna

Jonah Bokaer folded space in two in one sweeping motion. OK, so maybe he used…

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The A+C Top Ten: May 2016
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The A+C Top Ten: May 2016

Collaboration Defines Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Festival
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Collaboration Defines Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Festival

Collaboration happens in the arts, especially in the performing arts, whether the artists involved enjoy…

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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th

The Dallas Art Fair in collaboration with Arts+Culture Texas magazine announces Student Sunday on April…

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Sightings
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Sightings

The A+C Top Ten: February 2016
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The A+C Top Ten: February 2016

What comes next Dallas?
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What comes next Dallas?

The Potential of Light
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The Potential of Light

The Role of the Museum
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The Role of the Museum

Rejecting Spectacle
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Rejecting Spectacle

The A+C Top Ten: September
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The A+C Top Ten: September

Room for Failure
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Room for Failure

The A+C Top Ten: July/August
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The A+C Top Ten: July/August

Our top ten picks for arts + culture events across Texas in July and August…

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Musings:  On Dallas, symphony orchestras and the future
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Musings: On Dallas, symphony orchestras and the future