Black, white photos come to life in Ansel Adams exhibition

His photos are only two colors – black and white. They seem simple in this age of digitized photography. The truth, however, is the work of Ansel Adams revolutionized the craft of photography by delivering more than images but a message for a better world.

Today that message will arrive at Baylor. The Martin Museum of Art inside the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center will open its doors at 10 a.m. to showcase the traveling exhibition “Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail,” displaying the famous black and white photos of the late photographer…read more

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