Warhol and The Shared Subject | Free at TCU’s New Contemporary Gallery

"They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself" - Andy Warhol

To escape from suburbia in Bedford, TX this afternoon, I headed over to Fort Worth's Contemporary Art Gallery for Warhol and The Shared Subject exhibit. The Gallery is small which made my time there feel valued and not rushed. Warhol has never been a favorite of mine, but anyone can respect how he influenced the pop culture society with his art, films, and bizarre way of life.

The exhibition features Warhol's polaroid collection donated to the TCU Art & Art History Department from the Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts in 2007. Also on display are works by Rineke Dijkstra, Douglas Gordon, CS Leigh, and Tony Scherman.

Andy Warhol

The exhibition will be displayed through February 1st, 2009.

Opening hours are Thursday through Sunday from 1-6pm.

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts - 2900 W. Berry Street, Fort Worth, TX | ph 817.257.2588

Official website
Here is good review of the opening event in Fort Worth Renaissance
More pictures from the exhibit

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2 Responses to “Warhol and The Shared Subject | Free at TCU’s New Contemporary Gallery”

  1. Hi, I just found you through the ping you put on my site. I am so taken with what you're doing here in Dallas. It looks a lot like what we cover in Fort Worth. I've put you in my feed reader and look forward to following your travels and thoughts.

    take care,

    Sonja

  2. Yesterday morning we wanted to get out of the house and do something different so we went to your website and read about the new contemporary gallery at TCU. Sounded fun so we took our 24 year old daughter and headed over to Cow Town for a fun day of Bar B Q and beer at Angelo's and then went museum hopping, ending our tour at the Warhol show. Thanks so much for inspiring us to take advantage of all the great art in our area. Keep up the good work!!!

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