"Color" at the Amon Carter Museum

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  1. David Brown

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    Just returned from visiting the new color exhibit at Fort Worth's Amon Carter Museum. For details of the exhibition, see: http://www.cartermuseum.org/exhibitions/color-american-photography-transformed

    Not everything is to everybody's taste (I viewed the show today with 8 other local photographers), but then that's true of any exhibition, isn't it? This is a fairly comprehensive show, covering the evolution of color in photography, including commercial, advertising and "art". A lot of big names represented. Worth a visit.

    Also of interest, the museum's pamphlet on various historical processes: http://www.cartermuseum.org/sites/all/files/Focus on Photography Process Brochure.pdf