Special hours for final Warhol weekend 

"Carolina Herrera," 1979
  • "Carolina Herrera," 1979


It’s the final weekend to catch the Andy Warhol Enterprises exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art — and we highly recommend that you do. Once it closes on Sunday, you will have missed a tremendous opportunity to ponder pop art's most iconic figure as both an artist and businessman.

When the exhibit opened in October, David Hoppe gave it a rare 5-star review.

"Good business is the best art," said Warhol (1928-1987), a statement that, like so much of his work, has a koan-like resonance. The great virtue of [curator] Sarah Urist Green's approach is to insist on seeing Warhol whole, from his beginnings as a stylishly mannered commercial illustrator, through the enfant terrible days in the '60s when he became a household word, into the celebrity decadence of disco and, finally, his Autumnal period as multi-media brand.

You can read more about the exhibit in our Cover Story from October which includes Hoppe's interview with exhibit lead curator Sarah Urist Green.

Hours:
Saturday, January 1, 11 am — 5 pm
Sunday, January 2, noon — 5 pm

Admission:
$14 non-members; Free for IMA members and children under six

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