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Nasher Windows launches rotating series of installation viewable through museum’s vestibule

Category: COVID-19

While the Nasher Sculpture Center is closed to the public due to COVID-19, it making art available to the public through a series of rotating displays in the building’s windows, focusing on early- and mid-career local artists.

The Nasher Sculpture Center has announced the launch of Nasher Windows, a new series of installations sited inside the Nasher's Flora Street vestibule entrance. The exhibited sculptures can be viewed through the windows from the outside, and feature North Texas-based artists exposure and the public a way to accessible art while the building is closed.

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