Nasher Museum of Art


2001 Campus Dr
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: (919) 684-5135
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Nasher Museum of Art

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Photo of maia v. maia v.
Jun 2, 2019 1

I went there with my boyfriend and this museum was incredibly disappointing. This museum is basically a white hate museum and it has a lot of "contemporary art." As a minority, I think the attitude was very racist against whites. All forms of hate should be discouraged regardless. The only good part of the exhibition with old relics ,other than that you'll be seeing lots of pictures that seem like it was taken with a cheap Kodak (I guess that's contemporary art).

Photo of Daniel Young Daniel Young
May 30, 2019 4

Some iconic pieces ( Andy Warhol's Soup Can) soft drums and some nice 13th Century strained glass, plus an awesome depression era photography exhibit. It's summer, how about something outdoors, or a small jazz combo making some music in the rotunda?

Photo of M. David Wanner M. David Wanner
Jun 5, 2019 5

Fantastic display of art and the like. We will be back for an extended visit. Very courteous and helpful associates.

Photo of Alex Falcone Alex Falcone
Apr 7, 2019 5

An extremely beautiful museum with wonderful art exhibits. The building is bright, open and beautiful. Very interesting and unique art exhibits on display.

Photo of 周璟怡 周璟怡
Jun 11, 2019 4

Good place to relax, but only an hour to walk through the whole museum

Photo of Paula McKinley Paula McKinley
Jun 19, 2019 5

Museum is small. An easy one hour trip. Always love going to the touring exhibits. The "always viewable" collection has variety but I do often skip it. Check for "free" days.

Photo of Angela Greene Angela Greene
Jun 28, 2019 5

Great time in workshop, collaboration between the gardens and museum. Thank you to our teachers they were great!

Photo of Heather Burns Heather Burns
Jul 12, 2019 5

Located on the Duke Campus the Nasher Museum offers a variety of Art from Renaissance paintings to Modern Art. The museum is small so it takes under an hour to view. There is a café and a nice outdoor seating area. For Duke students and military the admission is free. They have various exhibits throughout the year.