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Nasher Sculpture Center presents Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History

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Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History will look to the ways in which artists work with documents, found and archived materials, and research to create sculptural work that considers particularly potent historic moments and issues, as well as the current political climate.

Taking place in Dallas, a city marked profoundly by the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy and racial inequality, Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History will consider the complex ways in which sculpture tackles the past.

Panelists will include artists Alfredo Jaar, Jill Magid, Paul Ramirez Jonas, and lauren woods. The conversation will be moderated by Ben Davis, national art critic for ARTnews.

Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History will look to the ways in which artists work with documents, found and archived materials, and research to create sculptural work that considers particularly potent historic moments and issues, as well as the current political climate.

Taking place in Dallas, a city marked profoundly by the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy and racial inequality, Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History will consider the complex ways in which sculpture tackles the past.

Panelists will include artists Alfredo Jaar, Jill Magid, Paul Ramirez Jonas, and lauren woods. The conversation will be moderated by Ben Davis, national art critic for ARTnews.

Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History will look to the ways in which artists work with documents, found and archived materials, and research to create sculptural work that considers particularly potent historic moments and issues, as well as the current political climate.

Taking place in Dallas, a city marked profoundly by the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy and racial inequality, Nasher Prize Dialogues: Sculpture + History will consider the complex ways in which sculpture tackles the past.

Panelists will include artists Alfredo Jaar, Jill Magid, Paul Ramirez Jonas, and lauren woods. The conversation will be moderated by Ben Davis, national art critic for ARTnews.

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WHERE

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
411 Elm St.
Dallas, TX 75202
http://www.nashersculpturecenter.org/

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Admission is free.
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