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The Nasher Prize is the only international award devoted entirely to the art of sculpture. It’s given annually to a living sculptor whose work has had an “extraordinary impact” on the art form. Presented by the Nasher Sculpture Center, the $100,000 prize is chosen by a distinguished jury of influential curators, museum directors, artists and art historians. It’s clear from the selection of Nasher laureates, the prize is aiming to gain an audience and a respect for sculpture far beyond the state’s borders.

Explore Art&Seek coverage of the laureates and view a gallery of their work:

  • "The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist" by Michael Rakowitz, Trafalgar Square. Photo: Courtesy Nasher Sculpture Center
    "The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist" by Michael Rakowitz, 2020 winner, Trafalgar Square. Photo: Courtesy Nasher Sculpture Center