Ryan RedCorn (Osage) (b. 1979), Everett Waller, (Hominy Whipman), 2021, dye sublimation print on white polyester fabric Photo courtesy of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography

Amon Carter Museum of American Art 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., 817-738-1933,

The Carter’s thoughtful survey, done with the input of Native American curators, especially Will Wilson, head of the photography program at Santa Fe Community College, features photography, paintings, installations, videos and digital works by more than 30 indigenous artists who look at identity, resistance and belonging. The show opens with a collection of portraits of Native Americans as seen through the eyes of white photographers. From there, visitors see how the artists view themselves, their brethren and the land around them. Take time to listen to the audio accompaniments and don’t miss a special commission by Sarah Sense called Power Lines, which combines traditional basket weaving with digitally reproduced images. Through Jan. 22

Modern Masters: A Tribute to Anne Windfohr Marion

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 3200 Darnell St., 817-738-9215,

This exhibit highlights the five decades of contributions made by one of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s greatest patrons. On view are 80 works previously owned by Anne Marion, who died in 2020. Former curator Michael Auping, a scholar of abstract expressionism, describes several of these works, including Mark Rothko’s White Band No. 27, 1954, as “monumental” additions to the museum’s collection. Jackson Pollock, Richard Serra, Francis Bacon, Howard Hodgkin and Anselm Kiefer are among the 47 artists whose works are included. Through Jan. 8