Amon Carter Museum of American Art
June 4 - August 21, 2016
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 was influenced by the ideas of processions and the role of figuration within abstraction.
March 5 - August 7, 2016
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 what we value and why we find it so easy to turn away."
May 19 - 30, 2016
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 Pasture Cows Crossing Indian Creek, Comanche, Texas, Looking for the old Civilian Fort of 1851, North of Gustine and a mile west of Baggett Creek Church.
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 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 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
Discover the Trinity River through the eyes of artist Terry Evans as she discusses her photographs in the exhibition Meet Me at the Trinity: Photographs...Read More
16 iconic river paintings and 50 preparatory drawings by George Caleb Bingham (1811–1879) depicting boatmen at work and play on the inland rivers, most notably...Read More
TCU’s Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite delivers a series of lectures this fall that take as their theme the appearance, meaning, and importance of water (and water-related...Read More
Images by Fort Worth-based Kathy Sherman Suder, who spent six years photographing people riding the subways of London, New York, and Tokyo. Curated by John Rohrbach,...Read More
The first retrospective of Motley’s paintings in two decades. He is not very well-known, perhaps because his most important works don’t come to auction very...Read More
A lecture on the exhibit with PDNB director Burt Finger.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More