The Andy Warhol: The Last Decade exhibit will be showing for just under one more month at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. During the last 8 years of Warhol’s life, he began producing works with a renewed vigor and enthusiasm. The works produced during this period are arguably the pieces found most famous by the mainstream world, and held with the highest regards among his fan base.
The museum has done a series of lectures exploring different realms of Warhol’s work, all of these can be found in podcast form. There is also an opportunity to see the exhibit through an artist-led tour. These take place every Sunday and are free with the price of admission. It gives the chance to see the works through the eyes of an artist, some of which were heavily influenced by Andy Warhol.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is located at 3200 Darnell Street in the Cultural District. Admission is free for children and Modern Members, $10 for adults and children age 13 & up.