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About the exhibition
In thisexhibition Presents works from the Nasher Museum collection, which involve a visual and musical rhythm. Rhythm can be expressed through repetitive patterns of color, shape, or movement, or, in other cases, implied sound and dance. Whether they embody rhythm or wobble, these works carry momentum that helps the viewer pass through time and space. Being objects of a wide range that refer to the ability of rhythm and music to overcome earthly problems, together they become cosmic in their vast reach and other-worldly magnetism.

Most of the works come from the modern collection of the museum, but also include other art genres, periods of time and production methods, such as traditional African and ancient American collections. The exhibit includes the new acquisitions of Elizabeth Matheson, Dave Muller, Paulo Nazareth and Gordon Parks; Satch Hoyt - the pyramid of plates; installation of music and photographs of Xavier Simmons; the vibrant landscapes of Charles Burchfield; the chanting of birds by James Audubon, the J Bend Nettie Young blanket and more. Among the other artists Sanford Biggers, Nick Cave, Bruce Conner, William Cordova, Jeffrey Gibson, Barkley L. Hendricks, Sylvia Hayden, Tayo Kimura, Christian Marclay, Archibald Motley, Odili, Executive Odita, Robert Pruitt, Robin Rhode, Dario Robleto, Jeff Sonhaus, Alma Thomas, Bob Thompson, Mose Tolliver, Alice Wagner, Nari Ward, Andy Warhol and Carrie May Weems and others.
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