Harry Ransom Center

Harry Ransom Center



21st and Guadalupe

Austin, TX 78713


Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West

Harry Ransom Center

August 4 - November 29, 2015

An exhibition of works by Frank Reaugh, an artist who interpreted unsettled, Southwest America through the lens of American Impressionism. Reaugh rode with cowboys and ranchers in an attempt to accurately document locations throughout Texas.


A Conversation with David Magee

Austin Film Festival announces A Conversation with David Magee, writer of Life of Pi and Finding Neverland, on adaptation, writing for imaginative worlds, and using...

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Arnold Newman: Masterclass

This exhibition explores the career of photographer Arnold Newman (1918–2006), who created iconic portraits of some of the most influential innovators, celebrities, and cultural figures...

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Postcards from America

As part of their Postcards from America tour, five Magnum photographers discuss photography and ways to picture America. In the first of a series of...

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Discovering the Language of Photography

Discovering the Language of Photography: The Gernsheim Collection draws from the collection of Helmut and Alison Gernsheim. The exhibition features masterpieces from photography’s first 150...

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Making Movies

Making Movies features original scripts, storyboards, production photos, call sheets and screenplays from the Ransom Center’s extensive film collections! The exhibition emphasizes the collaborative nature...

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Frida Kahlo

The Harry Ransom Center welcomes back one of its most famous and frequently borrowed art works, Frida Kahlo’s Self-portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird (1940)....

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Fritz Henle: In Search of Beauty

This exhibition celebrates the art of photographer Fritz Henle, and "coincides with the centenary of his birth in Germany. Featuring more than 125 seminal works...

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Jess: To and From the Printed Page

The work of Beat culture artist Burgess Collins, better known as Jess, "explores his ongoing dialog between visual images and printed text. Imaginative collage works...

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