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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (widely referred to as The Modern) is a museum of post-World War II art in Fort Worth, TX. The museum dates back to 1892 and its current building in the city's Cultural District opened in 2002. It can show up to 150 works of art and its permanent collection includes more than 3,000 works.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth was first granted a Charter from the State of Texas in 1892 as the "Fort Worth Public Library and Art Gallery", evolving through several name changes and different facilities in Fort Worth. The mission of the museum is "collecting, presenting and interpreting international developments in post-World War II art in all media."
The current building, designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando was opened to the public on Saturday, December 14, 2002. The Museum currently showcases up to 150 works of art in its 53,000 square feet (4,900 m2) of gallery space. The majority of works in the collection are dated in between 1945 and present. The "Modern" is located in the city's Cultural District, adjacent to the Kimbell Art Museum, designed by Louis I. Kahn, and near the Amon Carter Museum, designed by Philip Johnson. The building features five long pavilions set into a reflecting pond.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth maintains one of the foremost collections of international modern and contemporary art in the central United States. Various movements, themes, and styles are represented, including abstract expressionism, color field painting, pop art, and minimalism, as well as aspects of new image painting from the 1970s and beyond, recent developments in abstraction and figurative sculpture, and contemporary movements in photography, video, and digital imagery.
The Permanent Collection includes more than 3,000 works with pieces by Pablo Picasso, Philip Guston, Anselm Kiefer, Robert Motherwell, Susan Rothenberg, Jackson Pollock, Gerhard Richter, Richard Serra, Andres Serrano, Cindy Sherman, and Andy Warhol.These contemporary works are displayed in Ando’s, a concrete and glass building surrounded by a reflecting pond. The Museum also hosts special exhibitions and provides daily docent-led tours.
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