The best of Ansel Adams at the EiteljorgFebruary 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 March 1.
It’s the 25-year-old museum’s third Adams show. The last was in 2001 and despite a brief, eight-week run drew the biggest crowd of any Eiteljorg exhibit until 2012, when a motorcycle exhibit eclipsed it.
Adams, whose work is among the most widely reproduced of any photographer (you’ve seen it on posters and in calendars), died in 1984. read more at IndyStar.com