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LECTURE | “Andy Warhol = Nobody’s Fool”

Trevor Fairbrother, independent scholar and curator
LECTURE | “Andy Warhol = Nobody’s Fool”
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
5:00pm to 6:00pm
Hood Auditorium
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Hood Museum of Art
Intended Audiences: Public
Categories: Arts , Exhibitions , Lectures & Seminars

Trevor Fairbrother has worked as a curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1981–96), and as deputy director at the Seattle Art Museum (1996–2001). In 1987, shortly before Warhol’s death, Arts Magazine published his recent interview with the artist as they visited a John Singer Sargent retrospective at the Whitney Museum. During his career as a curator, Fairbrother has organized exhibitions of Warhol’s art that benefited from his friendship with the artist. In this lecture, he considers the weird fascination and bewildering legacy of this great pop artist nearly thirty years after Warhol’s death.

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