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Dario Robleto
Nasher Museum—Dario Robleto is a 36-year-old Texas artist whose mixed-media pieces have garnered an extraordinary level of acclaim over the past few years. His work often involves the melting or pulverizing of sentimental objects—such as Billie Holiday records—and recontextualizing them—such as pouring the molten vinyl onto button-down shirts and returning them to thrift stores. He was the subject of a traveling retrospective last year called Alloy of Love, and he will be part of the Nasher Museum's upcoming show The Record, scheduled for next year. Tonight, he speaks at 7 p.m. as part of the Barbra and Andrew Rothschild lecture series. A reception follows. Visit —David Fellerath

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