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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: $10 Dallas Area Rapid...more
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We enjoyed a lot of the sculptures around town so thought we would check this place out. It didn’t disappoint lots of really cool items to check out. But a few of the rooms were closed so they gave us half off the 10$ admission...More
Reading some of the reviews, I suggest getting a tour rather than wandering around - unless you already know what you're looking at. Went on a tour led by Becky on the Arp exhibit and it was excellent. Fascinating facts with connections to other better...More
visit it during the free Saturdays - First Saturday of every Month. There are a lot of art installations. People with an eye for art would looooove this and will probably end up spending a few hours here.
We didn't quite like it, that doesn't...More
The museum is composed of mostly modern and contemporary sculpture, which is not my preferred type of art but am sure glad we went in. The entrance gallery ceiling is very interesting in its design and impact on the lighting inside the museum. The best...More
A must see in Dallas if you enjoy sculpture. A few of the artists include Calder, Giacometti, de Kooning, Max Ernst, Noguchi, Picasso, Manuel Neri, Rodin, Phyllidia Barlow and more. Wonderful indoor and outdoor spaces; nice respite to get away from the city and a...More
Jean Arp is not seen enough. The showing at the Nasher helps a wider audience to see and get acquainted with this innovative sculptor. The other Nasher displays are also well worth seeing, especially the Calder mobile with its own stand. Outside, the bronze crowd...More