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By Debbie AndersonMarch 31, 2021April 1st, 2021No Comments



Amon Carter Museum of American Art

3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 817-738-1933, cartermuseum.org

On Contested Terrain

The work of An-My Lê is included in many major museum collections, but this is the first survey of her photography to be shown in an American institution. Born in Saigon in the midst of the Vietnam War, she fled the country with her family as part of the U.S. military evacuations. The artist has spent some 25 years exploring American history and warfare, from what happened in her native land to present-day issues such as the removal of Confederate statues. She eschews news-driven images in favor of a subtler approach and looks closely at how history is tied to power and the people involved. April 18-Aug. 8

Artspace 111

111 Hampton St., Fort Worth, 817-692-3228, artspace111.com

A Space Between Time

Jim Woodson and Carly Allen-Martin make up this two-person exhibition that celebrates the relationship of mentee and mentor. Woodson was a professor of art at TCU for 39 years; Allen-Martin was his student and now has her own burgeoning career. This show looks at how teaching and discovery overlap and mesh. Through May 8

William Campbell Contemporary Art

4935 Byers Ave., Fort Worth, 817-737-9566, williamcampbellcontemporaryart.com


For this group exhibition spring show, WCCA is showing a collection of works by existing gallery artists, along with some new additions. This is a chance to see the new gallery owners’ imprint. Through May 15