Amon Carter Museum of American Art
October 7 - January 7, 2018
"Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art is the first major exhibition to explore the multifaceted meanings of such outdoor subjects in both painting and sculpture from the early nineteenth century to World War II. These aesthetically rich and culturally important works play an influential role in the history of American art." The exhibition features portraits, landscapes, still lifes and genre scenes by Thomas Cole, Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Charles Deas, Alfred Jacob Miller, William T. Ranney, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, George Bellows and Marsden Hartley, among others.
September 23 - February 11, 2018
A show of works on paper that explore outdoor subjects. The exhibition features watercolors and prints by more than thirty artists, including Winslow Homer, Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, and Eliot Porter.
August 16 - September 2, 2018
An installation by Dallas-based artist Gabriel Dawe commissioned for the Amon Carter Museum of American Art's atrium. For the installation, Dawe used more than 60 miles of colored thread to create a work "highlighting the architecture of the museum’s renowned Philip Johnson-designed building."
“Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art is the first major exhibition to explore the multifaceted meanings of such outdoor subjects in...Read More
A show of works on paper that explore outdoor subjects. The exhibition features watercolors and prints by more than thirty artists, including Winslow Homer, Frederic Remington,...Read More
A show of works by North Texas photographer Dornith Doherty. The show features Doherty’s photographs exploring the planet’s botanical diversity.
A show of lithographs, etchings, aquatints, screen prints, and woodcuts by artist Helen Frankenthaler.
Join the Amon Carter Museum this summer for a series of films screened on the museum’s lawn!
An exhibition exploring the problematic use of the word “nature” when it is applied to snapshots, portraits, and Native American cultures.
The Polaroid Project is a survey of how artists have employed Polaroid photography products over the years.
A free event featuring sketchbook making workshops, extended gallery hours, drinks, and music.
A sculptural installation by Texas artist Darryl Lauster. For this piece, Lauster utilizes fragmentary Carrara marble tablets that have been inscribed with language sourced from various monuments and...Read More
A show of portraits by Richard Avedon. The photos in the show are part of a series commissioned by the Amon Carter in which Avedon documented the...Read More
A show of works by Texas artist Valton Tyler. The show will feature prints, drawings, and large-scale paintings that appear as surrealist landscapes with invented imagery.
An exhibition featuring monumental landscape photographs by Richard Misrach along with handmade musical instruments and a sound installation by Guillermo Galindo. The show explores the contested zone of the U.S.-Mexico...Read More
An exhibition of works exploring how identity is viewed in American culture. The show features, among other objects, drawings by Sedrick Huckaby, prints by Glenn Ligon, and...Read More
An exhibition of lithographs by printmaker Sam Francis (1923–1994). In his work, Francis was inspired by his travels in France, Indonesia, Japan, and Thailand, and by Abstract Expressionism, literature, science,...Read More
An exhibition of more than 70 photographs drawn from the Amon Carter’s permanent collection. The show covers 170 years of photography across America and highlights the important...Read More
Mary Lynn Sloane lectures on the clothing styles depicted in Charles M. Russell’s watercolor When East Meets West (ca. 1907)
An event featuring live music, food trucks and art! Explore the museum’s collection, see Gabriel Dawe’s new installation and take a selfie at the museum!
Enjoy a free concert by local jazz group Faces The Band.
An installation by Dallas-based artist Gabriel Dawe commissioned for the Amon Carter Museum of American Art’s atrium. For the installation, Dawe used more than 60 miles of colored thread...Read More
An exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Norman Lewis. Lewis was an often overlooked contributor to the Abstract Expressionist movement. He created work that...Read More
A conversation between Julie Webb & Esther Pearl Watson.
A film series presented by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
An exhibition highlighting the link between Thomas Hart Benton’s art and Hollywood movie making. This show brings together nearly 100 works by Benton and juxtaposes them...Read More
A program where the public can learn, talk, and ask questions about a work of art in the museum’s collection. This talk will focus on Robert...Read More
An exhibition of works by Anthony Hernandez that document abandoned housing developments in California. The images “deliver a disconcerting poignancy that asks us to question...Read More
An exhibition of works from the American Folk Art Museum in New York City. Presenting about 100 pieces from the museum’s collection, this exhibition addresses...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by Laura Wilson that introduce her vision of the American West as a harsh landscape filled with tough, rugged individuals. Wilson...Read More
A talk by acclaimed author David McCullough about his book The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris, held in conjunction with the Amon Carter’s exhibition Samuel...Read More
An exhibition of over 100 Native American masterworks from the collection of Charles and Valerie Diker. The show represents tribes across the North American continent,...Read More
The exhibition of Gallery of the Louvre, a large-scale painting by Samuel F. B. Morse (1791–1872), who is best known as the scientist who developed...Read More
A long-term atrium exhibition of a mural-size painting by Texas artist Esther Pearl Watson capturing her childhood memories of Comanche, TX. The piece is titled...Read More
A selection of hand-painted prints by famed scientist and artist John James Audubon (1785–1851)–some of his greatest depictions of North America’s four-legged animals in their...Read More