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!
The Great Hall became an exciting backdrop for “This Land Is Your Land” by Seattle choreographer and distinguished American Dance Festival faculty member Mark Haim in summer 2013. With a dynamic country music s...
Before the exhibition, Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art opened in September...
view article on WATCH VIDEO INTERVIEW | Published December 16, 2016
The Nasher Museum invited faculty to respond to Kara Walker’s Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated), a portfolio of offset l...
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 ...
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"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
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...
"... 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