Visited with my wife on a cloudy day. Loved strolling outside. Not a lot to see but peaceful, easy to relax and just observe the art and other people. Some interesting pieces inside.
About Nasher Sculpture Center
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Ray and Patsy acquired and willingly displayed an one of a kind collection of sculptures from around the world plus commissioned works exclusive to their individual tastes.
Love the intimate size of the gallery then a very interesting outside garden/sculpture garden. A quiet, peaceful lovely walk.
Very nice museum, devoted exclusively to Modern sculpture. Contains Moore and Calder and more recent assemblages, etc. Very nice garden and indoor/outdoor cafe.
The garden was the best feature, beautiful, green with a calm and quiet atmosphere in the heart of the city! Serene Space! A wonderful breakaway from a schedule of business meetings for a walk in the park and relaxed lunch. Oh, and there were some...More
the park mis beautiful and it is in the heart of the city. which makes it a nice respite from your travels
Really quite surprised how much I enjoyed the space here, including the peace of the garden. Having no great affinity for modern sculptures, I found myself wanting more. There is not much inside the building - it is all about the garden, so I would...More
About a dozen of us docents from the San Diego Museum of Art visited the Nasher Gallery and Garden. We had a marvelous docent there who took us through a special exhibition by Tom Sachs which we might have walked right by. Her enthusiasm made...More
Patsy and Ray Nasher are a developer family that started North Park Mall in Dallas. They were already very involved in collecting and commissioning sculptures and decided the mall should be a display of their collection so people could have exposure to culture like they...More