Andy Warhol’s first exhibit of Pop Art images was in the windows of Bonwit Teller in 1961 and the most recent is in just as unexpected a place: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza here.
The Sixth Floor, a popular tourist destination, chronicles the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in the same space where Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly made his sniper’s nest. One floor above, the museum has mounted “Warhol & Jackie: Artist and Icon,” a look at the artist and his fascination with the glamorous late first lady.
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