The Carter is open today, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The first comprehensive survey of the work of Vietnamese-American photographer An-My Lê explores the edges of war and records landscapes of conflict in beautiful, classically composed photographs. Her images draw the viewer into deeper consideration of complex themes of history and power.
Photography Is Art tells the story of American photographers’ efforts, from the late 19th century on, to explore and proclaim photography’s artfulness.
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Carter, this exhibition revisits key moments in the Carter’s history of collecting works on paper, highlighting the museum’s path to becoming one of the finest collections of American art in the country.
Featuring a long-lost watercolor by the acclaimed landscape artist, this exhibition explores these divergent depictions of the American landscape through photography, works on paper, and popular culture ephemera from the period.
Fort Worth artists Scott and Stuart Gentling had artistic interests that spanned centuries and continents. In the first-ever comprehensive retrospective of the brothers’ work, Imagined Realism features more than 150 works and archival objects that showcase their visionary artistic careers.
Light and shadow come together in the latest immersive contemporary exhibition at the Carter! Commissioned by the museum, Pakistani-American multidisciplinary artist Anila Quayyum Agha will create an immersive, site-specific sculptural installation and related drawings informed by her multicultural experience.