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Nasher Sculpture Center presents Mark di Suvero: "Steel Like Paper" closing day

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The Nasher Sculpture Center presents Mark di Suvero’s “Steel Like Paper,” a milestone exhibition of the sculptor’s more than six-decade career.

The exhibition will survey di Suvero’s work, showing rarely-seen drawings and paintings along with small and moderately scaled sculptures, as well as some of the artist’s first forays into working at a large scale.

di Suvero has long been lauded as one of the most significant sculptors of the past 60 years, renowned for monumental, abstract, steel constructions that grace urban plazas, bucolic sculpture parks, and public spaces throughout the world.

Featuring 30 sculptures ranging in size from hand-held to monumental, and more than 40 drawings and paintings spanning the artist’s career, “Steel Like Paper” reveals how the artist’s studio practice generates the power of his monumental vision. It will also mark the first presentation of a recent gift to the Nasher Sculpture Center of five small sculptures, four drawings, and one screenprint from the collection of Lisa Schachner, former curator at Gemini G.E.L. and a friend of the artist.

The Nasher Sculpture Center presents Mark di Suvero’s “Steel Like Paper,” a milestone exhibition of the sculptor’s more than six-decade career.

The exhibition will survey di Suvero’s work, showing rarely-seen drawings and paintings along with small and moderately scaled sculptures, as well as some of the artist’s first forays into working at a large scale.

di Suvero has long been lauded as one of the most significant sculptors of the past 60 years, renowned for monumental, abstract, steel constructions that grace urban plazas, bucolic sculpture parks, and public spaces throughout the world.

Featuring 30 sculptures ranging in size from hand-held to monumental, and more than 40 drawings and paintings spanning the artist’s career, “Steel Like Paper” reveals how the artist’s studio practice generates the power of his monumental vision. It will also mark the first presentation of a recent gift to the Nasher Sculpture Center of five small sculptures, four drawings, and one screenprint from the collection of Lisa Schachner, former curator at Gemini G.E.L. and a friend of the artist.

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Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA
https://www.nashersculpturecenter.org/art/exhibitions/exhibition/id/1936?mark-di-suvero-steel-like-paper

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