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The Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection includes more than 300 sculptures by most of the 20th century's greatest talents, including Rodin, Calder, de Kooning, Giacometti, Matisse, Miró, Picasso and Serra. Admission Adults: $10 Dallas Area Rapid...more
We checked this out as well as Klyde Warren Park. It was a lot less busy, greener and less exposed to the sun. So a different experience that might fit some visitors more. There was also activities for the kids. (Button making and a photo...More
This place is a small building but there is a beautiful garden by the building. You can take a walk in the garden as well. Please visit Art district including Dallas Art Museum and Asian Museum as well.
The building is intriguing to architects who can fully appreciate the design work put in for natural lighting from the north, and other unique design elements For the art connoisseur, there are multiple sculptures by Picasso, although I have seen plenty of drawings and artwork...More
The Nasher is a gorgeous building and is a perfect place to house sculptures. The light, airy feel of the architecture and the bright sunlight, lighting, and colors provide a perfect backdrop for the collection.
I gave an "average" rating for a couple of reasons....More
The Nasher is designed to look like an excavation site. It is one of the finest collections of Modern and Contemporary Sculpture in the world. The Collection features more than 300 works in its 55,000 sq. ft. building and 1.4 acre Garden.
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The museum apparently rotates its displays. This one had a variety of stone tool artifacts as well as primitive figure sculptures. There were a few sculptures by Pablo Picasso which was unexpected. Also included were a few more industrial metal art sculptures. The outdoor sculpture...More
As seniors we only paid $7 per person to view the center. There are 3 rooms with exhibits and many large sculptures in an outdoor courtyard. The outdoor sculptures can only been seen after paying the admission fee. We enjoyed the visit but if you...More
We were super impressed with this relatively small art museum. While it was very cold the morning we visited making looking at the relatively small number of pieces in the garden hazardous to health, this was more than made up for by the two main...More