A lecture on the exhibit with PDNB director Burt Finger.
Amon Carter Museum
CURRENTno current events
Core will discuss her use of color photography in relation to still-life painting in conjunction with the exhibition Color! American Photography Transformed. Reservations are required. Call [...]
In conjunction with the exhibition Color!: American Photography Transformed, photographer Richard Misrach will discuss the shift in his career to color film, his changing use [...]
John Albok (1894–1982) was a tailor by profession and an artist by passion. He emigrated from his native Hungary to New York City in 1921 [...]
The Amon Carter presents Conserving The Caves, a free lecture. Claire Barry, director of conservation will discuss her work on Robert Seldon Duncanson’s painting The Caves [...]
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art opens Color! American Photography Transformed, an examination of how color has changed the nature of photography. Color! includes [...]
Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey is an exhibition of nearly 50 artworks by Romare Bearden (1911-1988). The collages, watercolors and prints in the exhibition are based on Homer’s [...]
On Thursday, April 18th from 6 to 7 p.m. John Rohrbach, senior curator of photographs, will conduct a conversation with pioneering photographer Marie Cosindas. Reservations [...]
Cosindas tested a new instant color film for Polaroid before they marketed it. She took to the process and proved instrumental in revealing the artistic [...]
Big, bigger, and biggest photographs reveal a decades-long movement to make dramatic enlargements that sharply influence viewer interaction and interpretation.
In 2006, artist Larry Sultan (1946–2009) began a project called Homeland near where he lived in Marin County, California. Sultan’s internationally renowned career was built [...]
The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. opened to the public in 1921 as America’s first museum of modern art. To See as Artists See is [...]
The enigmatic and charismatic painter, theoretician and mystic John Graham (1886–1961) and his circle of New York artists, which included Stuart Davis, Arshile Gorky and [...]
100 of the finest and best-preserved watercolors by Western artist Charles M. Russell (1864–1926).
The last 20 years of American modernist John Marin’s career, from 1933 until his death in 1953. With more than 60 paintings, this is the [...]
In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, the Amon Carter presents 100 rarely seen light-sensitive watercolors from it’s vaults. Curated by the Carter’s Shirley Reece-Hughes, the [...]
Join the conversation in a free panel discussion at the Amon Carter Museum with classically trained contemporary artists whose work is inspired by nineteenth-century Hudson [...]
Nineteenth-century landscape paintings from the New-York Historical Society in New York are exhibited in the exhibition The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision [...]
The Amon Carter Museum offers new insight into the genre of documentary photography during the 1930s in the new exhibition American Modern: Abbott, Evans, Bourke-White. [...]
The Amon Carter Museum unveils Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s–50s. This groundbreaking exhibition is the first to bring together South [...]
Immerse yourself in pop culture at the Amon Carter.
American Moderns on Paper: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art includes some the finest works by leading avant-garde American artists of the early [...]
"Freedom Now" is an exhibition of prints from the 1960s that brings the international call for social and political justice to the table. Fight the [...]
The Amon Carter Museum displays a selection of photographs from this recent acquisition. Edward S. Curtis is known for his documentation of American Indian cultures [...]
Views and Visions: Prints of the American West, 1820–1970 showcases approximately 120 prints and illustrated books from the museum’s permanent collection.
Masterworks of American Photography: Moments in Time presents images from the Carter’s permanent collection that "reflect the diversity and richness of an American visual tradition [...]
"With the advent of American modernism, artists began making portraits of one another with increasing regularity. Photographers made portraits to document the members of their [...]
The works of more than 50 African-American artists from the late 1800s to the present will be on view as a part of the exhibit [...]
Check out nearly 200 photographs by Barbara Crane, organized by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, and guest curated by Kenneth C. Burkhart.
Miller was the first American artist to journey into the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Check out more than 85 paintings and drawings from his [...]
Dorr‘s portraits of women and their children are beautifully empathetic and heartfelt. Also on view through Nov. 6 are a group of prints by Louise [...]
Marsden Hartley and the West: The Search for an American Modernism brings together 38 paintings from Hartley’s New Mexico years.