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Kate Simon, Rei Kawakubo, NYC, 1985 Image courtesy of Fort Works Art

The View from the Inside

Fort Works Art 2100 Montgomery St., 817-759-9475, fortworksart.com

Portrait photographer Kate Simon returns to Fort Works Art — her first show was in 2019 — with an exhibit of vintage color cibachromes. With a career spanning 50-plus years, Simon captures intimate moments with subjects who gaze directly into her camera. Her work has been featured in publications ranging from Rolling Stone to Vogue and has been acquired for permanent collections of major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art. Through Dec. 17

Edge of the Road

Artspace111 111 Hampton St., 817-692-3228, artspace111.com

Photographs by Jill Johnson and paintings by Daniel Blagg focus on the Texas landscape, going well beyond scenery and sunsets. What these artists see, photograph and paint isn’t the norm; they focus on faded signs, odd roadside finds and other fodder that all feels iconic in a different way. Through Jan. 7

Jill Johnson, Tumbleweed, 2022, chromogenic color print Photo courtesy of Jill Johnson