Stunning Visions of American West in Group f/64, Misrach Photos at Autry

Stunning Visions of American West in Group f/64, Misrach Photos at Autry

  A new exhibition of more than 80 stunning photos by Group f/64 members and Richard Misrach opened today at the Autry Museum of the American West in the Griffith Park area of Los Angeles. Entitled “Revolutionary Vision,” the Autry display offers striking images by many of the premier photographers shooting the California landscape in […]

Manzanar and Internment Life in Ansel Adams, Miné Okubo Works at Skirball

Manzanar and Internment Life in Ansel Adams, Miné Okubo Works at Skirball

The Japanese internment camps that the U.S. established during World War II are the subject of two stunning exhibitions at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. The Skirball shows depict life in the Manzanar camp and the internment experience in photos by Ansel Adams and drawings by Miné Okubo, via works depicting an embarrassingly […]

Ansel Adams and the American Landscape

Ansel Adams and the American Landscape

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art presents Ansel Adams: An American Perspective until June 1, 2014. The retrospective features approximately 60 photographs from Ansel Adams’ career from 1920 to 1965. Ansel Adams, one of the most distinguished American photographers and conservationists of the 20th century, set the precedent with his extraordinary ability to capture the […]