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Take a Deep Dive into the Nasher Museum Archives

Welcome to our favorite gems from the Nasher Museum’s archives! Here are special videos, articles and podcast episodes featuring artists who have visited the museum and whose work is part of our collection. Here, too, are some of our “greatest hits” among reviews in the arts press over the past 15 years. Dig in and enjoy!

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Nina Chanel Abney: Royal Flush

by Nasher Museum Duration 6m 26s Published

Award-winning TV Commercial for El Greco to Velázquez: Art during the Reign of Philip III Exhibition

The Nasher Museum won a Gold ADDY award in the original music category in the 2009 Triangle ADDY award contest. The music was created by Duke music instructor Randy Reed for the Nasher Museum's television commercial promoting the exhibition El Greco to Velázquez: Art During the Reign of Philip III. Jennings Co. of Chapel Hill produced the commercial. The Triangle ADDY awards annually feature more than 1,000 entries in 75 categories. The contest is sponsored by the Raleigh-Durham chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
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Interview with Naama Tsabar

Duration 10m 48s Published

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Annual Rothschild Lecture: Amy Sherald

by Nasher Museum at Duke University Duration 31m 33s Published

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People Get Ready Audio Guide

Duration 20m 56s Published

Sir David Adjaye Delivers Second Annual John Hope Franklin Lecture

September 12, 2019

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Collecting and Presenting Work by Artists of African Descent

This video documents a lively and critical conversation, “Collecting and Presenting Work by Artists of African Descent,” hosted by the Nasher Museum on February 11, 2016. The panel was moderated by Richard J. Powell, John ...

by Nasher Museum Duration 50m 44s Published

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Barkley L. Hendricks: Birth of the Cool

by Nasher Museum Duration 06m 01s Published

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A Lesser-Known Modernism Inspired by African-American Culture

"I don’t know how museums plot their seasons, but it was a good plan to have 'Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist' be the first career retrospective to appear at the Whitney Museum’s new home." — Holland Cotter

view article on The New York Times | Published October 01, 2015

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Street Level

by Nasher Museum Duration 04m 50s Published

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First Artist Residency: Satch Hoyt

Satch Hoyt, an artist and musician based in Berlin, produced a monumental new sculptural work during a weeklong residency in September 2009 with the Nasher Museum. Working in the Liberty Arts warehouse near downtown Durham...

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Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey

by Nasher Museum Duration 03m 48s Published

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Museums Depart From the Obvious

"... Wangechi Mutu, a young artist born in East Africa, blends ethnicity, sexuality and colonialism in her fantastically inventive collages, seen at the Brooklyn Museum ..." —Holland Cotter

view article on The New York Times | Published September 04, 2013

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Prospect.4 Audio Postcard

Duration 19m 32s Published

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UNC-TV Documentary on Miró

UNC-TV, in partnership with the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, produced a 30-minute documentary in 2014 on the special ticketed exhibition

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Award-Winning Catalogue: Nina Chanel Abney

The Nasher Museum published a richly illustrated, full-color catalogue on the occasion of the traveling exhibition Nina Chanel Abney: Royal...

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Southern Accent Artists: Podcast Series

Duration 54m 50s Published

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Archibald Motley: A Stroll part I

by Nasher Museum Duration 3m 27s Published

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Archibald Motley: A Stroll part II

by Nasher Museum Duration 03m 07s Published

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