The Carter is open today, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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.
Member Preview Days: September 23 and 24
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.
Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation explores the healing power of art with 30 new works on paper created by the Los Angeles–based painter during her recent Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency and the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Artist Stephanie Syjuco's site-specific, multimedia installation will transform images of renowned works from the Carter’s collection and investigate narratives of national identity. Stephanie Syjuco: Double Vision reconsiders mythologies of the American West and reveals how these works and their presentation within a museum can perpetuate colonial lore.
Beauty and Life features a selection of artworks from a collection of over 240 photographs and works on paper gifted to the Carter by Texas collector Finis Welch. Photographs from Ansel Adams, Edward Steichen, Dorothea Lange, Marco Breuer, Edward Weston, and more are on view for the first time at the Carter.
In the 1960s, activist Chicano artists forged a remarkable history of printmaking that remains vital today. ¡Printing the Revolution!, organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, explores the rise of Chicano graphics within these early social movements and the ways in which Chicanx artists since then have advanced innovative printmaking practices attuned to social justice.
This exhibition pairs the sparkling splendor of glass goblets and marvelous mosaics with paintings and prints by the leading 19th-century American artists. Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass: American Artists and the Magic of Murano brings to life the Venetian glass revival between 1860 and 1915 and the artistic experimentation the city inspired for visiting artists.