Andy Warhol Art Displayed at Fralin Museum of Art for Summer
Warhol Art on Display in Charlottesville
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) -
This summer, anyone can enjoy a handful of Andy Warhol pieces of art for free in Charlottesville.
The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is showing off a big gift it received from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
This new exhibit is full of originals, including silkscreens from Warhol's Cowboys and Indians Series.
"It's really great to know that we have these high quality works here in Charlottesville, that you don't always have to travel to DC or other museums to see high quality artworks. We have them here in Charlottesville for the community to enjoy and students to study and for everyone to be able to know that these are part of our community, great artwork is local," said Jordan Love, academic curator and co-interim director of the Fralin Museum of Art.
The Warhol exhibit is on display through September 18. To learn more about the exhibit please click here.
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