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Photo courtesy of Nasher Sculpture Center

The sculptural installations of Nairy Baghramian draw upon the frequently divergent histories of art, architecture, and design, as well as dance, theater, and photography. The space of a gallery may be reconceived as the interior of a body or its internal architecture turned inside out, with Baghramian’s objects: fashioned from cast aluminum, resin, beeswax, and other materials, bolted into place or leaned against walls, calling into question commonplace distinctions between interior and exterior, meaning and form, art object and site. For the Nasher exhibition, Baghramian will create new work as part of the museum’s on-going "Sightings" series of installations and interventions.

The exhibit will be on display through July 8.

The sculptural installations of Nairy Baghramian draw upon the frequently divergent histories of art, architecture, and design, as well as dance, theater, and photography. The space of a gallery may be reconceived as the interior of a body or its internal architecture turned inside out, with Baghramian’s objects: fashioned from cast aluminum, resin, beeswax, and other materials, bolted into place or leaned against walls, calling into question commonplace distinctions between interior and exterior, meaning and form, art object and site. For the Nasher exhibition, Baghramian will create new work as part of the museum’s on-going "Sightings" series of installations and interventions.

The exhibit will be on display through July 8.

The sculptural installations of Nairy Baghramian draw upon the frequently divergent histories of art, architecture, and design, as well as dance, theater, and photography. The space of a gallery may be reconceived as the interior of a body or its internal architecture turned inside out, with Baghramian’s objects: fashioned from cast aluminum, resin, beeswax, and other materials, bolted into place or leaned against walls, calling into question commonplace distinctions between interior and exterior, meaning and form, art object and site. For the Nasher exhibition, Baghramian will create new work as part of the museum’s on-going "Sightings" series of installations and interventions.

The exhibit will be on display through July 8.

WHEN

WHERE

Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.nashersculpturecenter.org/

TICKET INFO

Free-$10
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