- "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.
Saturday, January 1, 11 am — 5 pm
Sunday, January 2, noon — 5 pm
$14 non-members; Free for IMA members and children under six