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Nasher Sculpture Center

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Apr. 1997 Ray Nasher announces his intention to build the Nasher Sculpture Garden adjacent to the Dallas Museum of Art.
Oct. 1997 Nasher meets Renzo Piano at the opening of the Beyeler Foundation in Basel, Switzerland.
Fall 1997 Nasher’s vision for the project expands from a garden with a small visitor’s pavilion to a museum with an integrated garden.
Summer 1999 Ray Nasher selects Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) to design the Sculpture Center.
Summer 1999 RPBW presents its first concept: a long, low building on Harwood with a narrow garden.
Nov. 1999 RPBW presents its second concept: a two-story, five-bay building on Woodall Rodgers.
Spring 2000 Landscape Architect Peter Walker & Partners (PWP) joins the design team to collaborate on the garden design.
Jun. 2000 Renzo Piano and Peter Walker unveil their final design concept: a seamlessly integrated building and garden on Flora St.
Jan. 2001 Steven A. Nash appointed the Center’s first director.
Jan. 2001 Ground breaking ceremony. Construction begins.
Sep. 2002 Richard Serra’s 100,000 lb My Curves Are Not Mad is the first sculpture installed in the garden.
Oct. 2003 Nasher Sculpture Center opens.
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