ANSEL ADAMS: THE MASTERWORKS
APRIL 9 – JULY 31, 2022
oVERVIEW OF THE EXHIBITION
Ansel Adams: The Masterworks
This exhibition includes 32 black and white gelatin silver prints, spanning four decades of photography. The Masterworks showcases the skill and talent through which Ansel Adams captured the majesty of National Parks, the unique peoples of New Mexico and the ever-changing landscapes of America. Masterworks contains some of Adams’ most well-known images, such as Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico; Aspens, Northern New Mexico; and Winter Sunrise, The Sierra Nevada. This exhibition invites the viewer to see and feel how Adams experienced America—a place of vast natural wonder, breathtaking beauty and worthy of environmental protection.
“Beauty is at the heart of this exhibition; it serves as an opportunity for us to connect with the awe-inspiring natural beauty found all over this country, lifting us out of the day-to-day,” said Laura Hine, Executive Director.
NATURAL WORLD: A LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
Thank you to everyone who submitted to our photography contest. We received more than 540 entries!
The submission period has now ended and winners have been announced. You can see the winning entries HERE.
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Image and Exhibition Credits
Ansel Adams: The Masterworks is a traveling exhibition created by the Booth Western Art Museum.
Sand Dunes, Sunrise, Death Valley National Monument, ca. 1948
Photograph by Ansel Adams
Collection Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona
©2016 The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust
From the collection of Virginia Adams Mayhew.