Tag: nasher

  • Review~ Barry X Ball

    Review~ Barry X Ball

    Barry X Ball Remaking Sculpture Nasher Sculpture Center [link]Dallas, TX January 25 – April 19, 2020 Re-embodying the nostalgic spirit of classical sculpture in the contemporary age of mechano-digital reproduction parallels the “digitized consciousness” quandary, wherein fidelity of replication manifests the soul. This sculpture –akin to photographic processes of pointing, shooting, and printing— maps the […]

  • Press ~ A Saturday with Bush League

    Press ~ A Saturday with Bush League

    Press for Bush League

  • Review ~ Sterling Ruby

    Review ~ Sterling Ruby

    Sterling Ruby Sterling Ruby: SculptureNasher Sculpture Center [link]Dallas published on EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Review [link] Totems and tombstones, massive monuments preserved under rich, goopy surfaces: it is monstrous modernism made casual plaything. Scrawled epitaphs mar the surface subverting the potentially grand, ethotic universal message into simplistic mantras. This coifed contempt –decades of epic expenditures undercut […]

  • Interview: Frances Bagley & Tom Orr

    Interview: Frances Bagley & Tom Orr

    Ryder Richards Interviews Frances Bagley & Tom Orr PLACES for SCULPTURE: JAPAN with Tom Orr & Frances Bagley The Nasher, Summer 2018 [link] Many thanks to Tom and Frances for their time sharing a complex story of over 20 years of sculpture partnerships between Japan and Dallas. Online Magazine

  • Work/Play: Rhetoric & Utility at the Nasher

    Work/Play: Rhetoric & Utility at the Nasher

    Wow, Now That’s What I Call Stand-Up! Vol. 1 Programmed by Lee Escobedo Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas [link] September 19, 2016 Ryder performed his comedic art action Work/Play: Rhetoric & Utility as part of an evening of programming at the Nasher. Drawing inspiration from the political humor of Kathryn Andrews work on display at the Nasher, Ryder enacts […]

  • Review ~ Doris Salcedo

    Review ~ Doris Salcedo

    Published by EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Review, April 22, 2016 Doris Salcedo Plegaria Muda Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas [link] Conflating poetics with the politics of victimization Salcedo contextualizes her work with exhumation of the dead. Metaphorically and literally fecund, the dark platitude of survival through hardship physicalizes loss as symbolic graveyard. Plegaria Muda references Columbian youths […]