“Fantasy America” is inspired by Andy Warhol’s final publication America, a collection of photos and writing by Warhol during his travels across the United States, assembled over ten years. Warhol reflected on ways that poverty, politics, technology, immigration, and homelessness contribute to what it means to be an American. The group exhibition “Fantasy America” uses Warhol’s chapter titles as an organizational device to present the work of five contemporary artists whose art practices react to their own place and time. Their works provide fresh interpretations, seek answers, and inspire a dialogue with museum visitors about the current state of America. Artists in the exhibition: Nona Faustine, Kambui Olujimi, Pacifico Silano, Naama Tsabar, and Chloe Wise.