The Carter is open today, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From his fashion photographs to his thoughtful depictions of American life, Parks used the camera as his tool for proclaiming the value of an American community built on freedom and equality.
This exhibition pairs an interactive installation by new-media artist Camille Utterback with a century of art by women depicting motion from the Carter’s collection.
When you view Scott and Stuart Gentling’s watercolors of Texas birds, you’ll want to get close. The level of detail is extraordinary—hundreds of brushstrokes make up each feather, and there are hundreds of feathers!
With the Help of Friends celebrates fifteen dynamic photographs ranging from the 1930s to the present day that were selected and purchased over the recent years by the Carter with the assistance of its photography collection supporters.
During the renovation, this exhibition features highlights from the permanent collection, including paintings, photographs, and sculptures, by some of America’s most renowned artists.
From luscious leafy tendrils to stark horizon lines, this exhibition of prints by Hedda Sterne drawn from the Carter’s collection celebrates the artist’s exquisite variety of formal interests.
This exhibition explores how the genre of western entertainments impacted American visual culture, from popular posters and calendars, to fine art drawings, paintings, and sculpture.
In Our Own Words features a portfolio of vibrantly colored printed portraits by Daniel Heyman and Lucy Ganje, who collaborated in portraying present-day members of North Dakota Indian nations.