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Ansel Adams Exhibition London: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea

Are you bored yet? Nearly time to go and find something interesting to do and this might just be that thing.

9 November 2012–28 April 2013 Times: 10.00-17.00  Royal Museums Greenwich (including National Maritime Museum), Romney Rd, London, SE10 9NF Full details here
An exhibition of Ansel Adams prints is always worth a visit if only to see the exquisite craft in his work.
A retrospective of the twentieth-century landscape photographer Ansel Adams. The exhibition, which focuses on the photographer’s life-long fascination with water, features images of seascapes, rapids, waterfalls, geysers, clouds, ice, snow, ponds and rivers, many famous, some that have never before been on display in the UK. Adams (1902-1984) was a photographic pioneer who brought the American wilderness into the homes of millions with his images of rugged and romantic landscapes. The show brings together some of the most famous photographs of the twentieth century, such as ‘Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite’ and ‘Stream, Sea, Clouds, Rodeo Lagoon, Marin County, California’, along with lesser-known examples. It also provides the opportunity to see Adams’s largest known works, a series of three murals produced for the American Trust bank.
‘Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite National Park, California, about 1937. Photograph by Ansel Adams – ©The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust
Fern Spring, Dusk, Yosemite Valley, about 1961 Photograph by Ansel Adams. © The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust

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