Frank Frazetta Museum
This is long overdue… The fantasy work of Frank Frazetta has finally been compiled for an exhibition by director Robert Rodriguez, a huge fan of Frazetta’s work. Rodriguez will be hosting a pop up museum down in Austin, Texas from March 8th thru March 16th at the SXSW festival that features the work of Frazetta and some other legendary artists. Here is the official announcement:
For a limited time only during SXSW, Robert Rodriguez is proud to launch a museum featuring his own specially curated collection of art which includes the work of celebrated American artist Frank Frazetta. Considered to be the most influential fantasy artist in history, Frazetta contributed iconic artwork to classic works of fiction for Conan the Barbarian, Tarzan & John Carter of Mars among others. The gallery will be open to the public daily from Saturday, March 8th – 16th from Noon – 8 pm. The museum is located at 920 Congress Ave. in Austin, TX. The gallery will have a $20 entrance fee benefiting the Frazetta Estate’s preservation of the art for a new Frank Frazetta museum.
This entry was posted on March 11, 2014 by Geordie. It was filed under News, Promotional and was tagged with Action, Art, Awards, Classic, Comic Book Movies, Conan, Conan the Barbarian, Cult, Fantasy Art, Festival, Horror, Icons, Images, Independent, John Carter, Legend, Nudity, Post Apocalyptic, Robert Rodriguez, Sci-Fi, Tarzan, Violence, Zombies.