September 9, 2015 / LYNN FELDER – Winston-Salem Journal
An exhibition of work by Ansel Adams, an American photographer known for his luminous and detailed black-and-white nature photographs, will open at Reynolda House Museum of American Art on March 11, 2016 and hang through July 17.
“Ansel Adams: Eloquent Light” is being compiled by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas, for Reynolda House, which will be its only venue.
The exhibition, composed of about 40 photographs that have never been viewed together, coincides with the centennial of the National Park Service in August.
“As we march through time and see the mark of human existence on the American landscape, this is a moment to pause and honor the majesty of our landscape through the lens of Ansel Adams,” said Allison Perkins, Reynolda’s executive director.
Perkins, who has been at Reynolda House for nine years, worked as the education director at the Amon Center for eight years…read more