Dallas Photographer Laura Wilson's Work Featured in Exhibit | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas Photographer Laura Wilson's Work Featured in Exhibit



    Andrew Mitchell, Laura Wilson
    Laura Wilson, photographed by Andrew Mitchell. Wilson's Hutterite Girl in Field is inset.

    Dallas photographer Laura Wilson's images of the American West are featured in a new exhibit at a Fort Worth museum.

    The exhibit titled "That Day: Laura Wilson" opened Saturday at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. The exhibit featuring more than 70 of her photographs runs through Feb. 14.

    The subjects of Wilson's photographs include: American Indian communities in South Dakota; debutantes in Laredo, Texas; Hutterite communities in Montana; people along the U.S.-Mexico border; and six-man football teams across Texas.

    Wilson, who worked with photographer Richard Avedon on his project photographing the American West, is the mother of actors Andrew, Owen and Luke Wilson.

    Her work has appeared in publications including The New York Times Magazine and she is the author of four books.

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