Group Show: Photography Is Art at Amon Carter Museum

A mural print of Kereszi’s Doors, Movie Theater, Building 330, Governors Island, 2003 was featured in the Summer 2021 exhibition, Photography Is Art, at the Amon Carter Museum in Texas, alongside works by Justine Kurland, Richard Avedon, Alfred Stieglitz, Sharon Core, Gordon Parks, Alex Prager, and more.

From the museum’s website:
“Has photography always been considered art? Though widely accepted today as a medium in its own right, art museums have not always embraced photography. In fact, it wasn’t until the late 1970s and early 1980s that many museums began actively collecting and displaying photographs. Photography Is Art tells the story of American photographers’ efforts, from the late 19th century on, to explore and proclaim photography’s artfulness. Drawn from the Carter’s expansive and renowned photography collection, this exhibition reveals how artists shaped their medium’s artistic language.

Virtual Tour accessible here:
Piece is first on the wall on the immediate left when you “walk” into the first gallery.

On view April 18 through August 8, 2021
Amon Carter Museum of Art
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Posted on 8 September 2021