360: Artists, Critics, Curators - Ken Price
2001 Flora Street , Dallas, TX
$5 - $10
The Nasher Sculpture Center brings art world speakers for conversations and lectures about sculptural themes. Learn about the ever-expanding definition of sculpture and the thought-process behind some of today’s most innovative contemporary artwork, architecture and design.
In celebration of the opening of Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective, the Nasher has invited scholars and friends of the late Ken Price to speak about his work, vision, and legacy. Stephanie Barron, senior curator of modern art at LACMA and curator of the exhibition, will lead the conversation with artists Tony Berlant, Thomas Houseago, and Arlene Shechet.
Immediately following the presentation, guests will enjoy a wine reception. RSVP required. For information and reservations, email email@example.com. For updates and more information, please visit www.NasherSculptureCenter.org/360.
FREE with admission: Adults $10. Seniors $7. Students $5. FREE for Members and children 12 and under. Seating is limited. Reservations required.
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