Lou’s Views: Pictures perfect Ansel Adams

by Lou Harry March 1, 2014

When you think about Ansel Adams, the images likely to come to mind are his breathtaking Yosemite Park landscape photographs, where incredible depth of field and stark black and white give nature a timeless majesty. Of course, these are the essential images that anchor the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art’s new show, […]

Ansel by Cedric Wright

The best of Ansel Adams at the Eiteljorg

by Will Higgins, February 26, 2014

It’s the 25-year-old museum’s third Adams show. The last one set attendance records. Works by Ansel Adams, the venerated photographer of the American West, are back at the Eiteljorg Museum. Some 80 of his photos, the ones he personally selected as his best (out of the tens of thousands he produced), will go on display […]


KMA Unveils a New Exhibition of Ansel Adams’ Photographs

by Heather Joyner Spica, February 19, 2014

Work by the 20th-century photography titan Ansel Adams is so familiar to so many people that it can be taken for granted. Nevertheless, relatively few gallery-goers have seen more than a few images from Adams’ sole foray into the southern Appalachian mountains in the fall of 1948. Sight and Feeling, a newly opened exhibition at […]


More than 80 images represent the best of Adams’ prolific career. Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) February 18, 2014 Before he became known as the creator of some of the most influential photographs ever taken, Ansel Adams was a restless teenager with a simple Kodak camera. It was a 1916 family vacation in the Yosemite Valley that […]

Moonrise, Hernandez by Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams photos in Springfield

by Brett Turner, Contributing Writer, Springfield News Sun February 12, 2014

Museum of Art exhibit opens on Friday. It’s easy to take photographs for granted when we can take a high definition picture on a cell phone. Nearly a century ago, Ansel Adams established himself as one of the top early photographers, capturing natural beauty and became a pioneer in raising photo standards. “Classic Images: Photographs […]

Crater of Haleakala by Ansel Adams

Asked to name a state particularly associated with the painter Georgia O’Keeffe, most people would point without hesitation to New Mexico, and particularly to the high desert region surrounding her residences at Ghost Ranch and in Abiquiú. The same question about the photographer Ansel Adams would doubtless invite the response of California, thanks to his […]

Ansel Adams, Dawn, Autumn Forest, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, 1948, Gelatin silverprint on paper, Knoxville Museum of Art; Gift of Patricia and Alan Rutenberg and Mary Ellen and Steve Brewington, 2009. All images © The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust.

The Knoxville Museum of Art presents photographs by Ansel Adams

by Knoxville Daily Sun February 1, 2014

KNOXVILLE – The Knoxville Museum of Art presents Sight and Feeling: Photographs by Ansel Adams January 31-May 4, 2014. This exhibition of 23 prints by Ansel Adams emphasizes the role of the artist’s intuitive and emotional response to the landscape in the creation of his powerful and enduring images. Also included in the KMA’s special […]


Ansel Adams exhibit opens at Art Museum of South Texas

by January 29, 2014

The world in black and white can be beautiful, and the Art Museum of South Texas knows that. Last week, the Corpus Christi museum unveiled its latest exhibit, “Ansel Adams: Western Exposure,” an exhibition of 125 of Adams’ photos, many of which have rarely been seen in public, according to a news release. The museum […]


Ansel Adams exhibit was a natural fit

by January 25, 2014

GLENS FALLS — When Erin Coe envisioned last summer’s “Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George” show, the idea of The Hyde Collection following it with “Ansel Adams: Early Works” never entered the picture. But with the Adams show, paired with another photographic exhibition now open at The Hyde through April 19, the connection seems […]


In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams

by Anne Pautler, UCLA Magazine December 18, 2013

Decades ago, the legendary photographer trained his camera’s eye on the University of California campuses and took hundreds of shots of UCLA. Much has changed since then — and much has not. Fifty years ago, a bearded man with a Hasselblad stood on UCLA’s North Campus, his camera pointed at the new sculpture garden and […]