Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

I recently went back home to Kansas City and documented my favorite spots to see contemporary art while visiting. This past weekend I traveled west again, this time to Fort Worth, Texas. My trip was short so right after landing I drove directly to the the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. I had heard great things about the building and collection, both of which ended up meeting expectations. Although I was sad that the upstairs was closed for installation (while they didn't mention it would be closed when I paid for admission, I should have known since it was "half price"), the first floor was packed with goodies. After the jump I've shared some works that caught my attention, just in case you can't make it to the Fort Worth area anytime soon. Enjoy! - Andrew Katz, Associate Publisher


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Museum Entrance Interior

Anselm Kiefer | Book With Wings

Anselm Kiefer | Aschenblume

Anselm Kiefer | Aschenblume (Detail)


Ad Reinhardt, Mark Rothko, Ben Shahn

Mark Rothko | Light Cloud, Dark Cloud

Ben Shahn | Allegory

Ad Reinhardt | No. 6

Philip Guston | Untitled


Robert Mangold & Brice Marden

Ellsworth Kelly | Red Panel, Dark Blue Panel, Dark Green Panel

Ellsworth Kelly | Dark Blue Panel (Detail)

Ellsworth Kelly

Robert Rauschenberg | Whistle Stop (Spread)

Robert Rauschenberg | Whistle Stop (Spread)

Edward Ruscha | Standard Station 10¢ Western Being Torn In Half

Edward Ruscha | Standard Station 10¢ Western Being Torn In Half (Detail)

Roy Lichtenstein | Mr. Bellamy

Agnes Martin Installation of On A Clear Day

Agnes Martin | On A Clear Day (Detail)

Agnes Martin

Philip Guston | The Light

Robert Motherwell | Elegy to the Spanish Republic

Martin Puryear | Ladder For Booker T. Washington

Martin Puryear | Ladder For Booker T. Washington

Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt (Detail)

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