Art | Bettina Pousttchi
Until 17 August
This summer, contemporary artist Bettina Pousttchi will transform one of the galleries in Dallas’ Nasher Sculpture Center into an urban streetscape, and display pieces from the museum’s collection as well as some of her own works ‘on the street’. Pousttchi’s idea for this show came about drawing from the Nasher Sculpture Center’s past: the centre’s venue was built on an area in Dallas once known as the ‘Automobile Row’, which used to host many gas stations and parking lots. For Pousttchi, an internationally acclaimed artist of German-Iranian origins, this is her first exhibition in an American museum.
Nasher Sculpture Center, 2001 Flora, St Dallas, TX, USA, +1 214 242 5100