Admission Price Update and Exhibition Schedule at the Modern

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth


Effective June 10, 2018, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s general admission prices will change to $16 for adults; $12 for seniors age 60 and above and active/retired military personnel and first responders with ID; $10 for students with ID. All visitors under 18 years of age will be free of charge.
Admission includes access to all permanent collection exhibitions, special and traveling exhibitions, and scheduled tours. Free admission and docent-guided tours are available for school groups with advance reservations. Access to the Grand Lobby; Café Modern, the Museum’s restaurant; and the Modern Shop is always free of charge.
During the exhibition TAKASHI MURAKAMI: THE OCTOPUS EATS ITS OWN LEG, on view June 10 through September 16, 2018, the Museum will offer half-price tickets on Sundays and free admission on Fridays.
We will not offer free admission on Sundays or half-price admission on Wednesdays during this exhibition.
*Changes effective June 10, 2018
NEW Admission Prices
                $16: General (age 18 and above)
$12: Seniors (age 60+), Active/Retired Military Personnel and First Responders with ID
$10: Students with ID
                Free: Under 18 years old
Free for Modern members
Free for school groups with advance reservations

Admission includes
Permanent collection exhibitions
All special and traveling exhibitions
Scheduled tours and gallery programs
Museum Gallery Hours
Closed Mondays
Tue 10 am-7 pm (Feb-Apr, Jun-Jul, Sep-Nov)
Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm
Fri 10 am-8 pm
June 10 – September 16
Known for his collaborations with pop icon Kanye West and fashion house Louis Vuitton, and for vibrant anime-inspired characters, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami blurs the boundaries between high and low culture, ancient and modern, East and West. Organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, this major retrospective of his paintings features fifty works that span three decades of the artist’s career, from his earliest mature works to his recent, monumentally scaled paintings.
The exhibition shows how Murakami’s art is rooted in traditions of Japanese painting and folklore, and highlights the artist’s careful attention to craft and materials. It also showcases his astute eye for the contemporary influences of globalization, media culture, and the continued threats of nuclear power.
Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera
October 14 – January 27
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents a major survey of works by Laurie Simmons, organized by Andrea Karnes, senior curator, with full support of the artist. This exhibition will showcase the artist’s photographs spanning the last four decades, from 1976 to the present, a small selection of sculpture, and two films.
Simmons’s career-long exploration of archetypal gender roles, especially women in domestic settings, is the primary subject of this exhibition and is a topic as poignant today as it was in the late 1970s, when she began to develop her mature style by using props and dolls as stand-ins for people and places.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Telephone 817.738.9215
Toll-Free 1.866.824.5566
Fax 817.735.1161
Tue-Fri 11 am-2:30 pm
Sat-Sun 10 am-3 pm
Fri 5-8:30 pm
Coffee, snacks, and dessert
10 am-4:30 pm
The Modern is closed Mondays and holidays, including New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas.

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