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Ansel Adams: The Black-and-White Master, in Color

Ansel Adams was the poet of the gray spectrum, the man who dipped the American sublime into the inkpot of black-and-white photography and by that means made it...

American Visions

If you're looking for america, there's no need to buy a Greyhound bus ticket — just drop in at London's Hayward Gallery before mid-September. Photographers Ansel...

Master of the Yosemite

In a big redwood house above the shifting kelp beds and nocturnal sea of Carmel, an old man is playing the piano, not too well. The room is large, worn and...

Art: Images of America Before Its Fall

In American photography, Ansel Adams is the Old Man of the Mountain: a grizzle-bearded septuagenarian, wrinkled and piercing of eye, toting his tripod through...

Letters, Sep. 24, 1979

Adams' Photos To the Editors: If a picture is worth a thousand words, Ansel Adams' photographs [Sept. 3] open up a boundless vocabulary. Paul Cohn...

Call It the Independent Oscar Awards

The Independent Spirit Awards acted as a dress rehearsal for the Oscars, honoring worthy films that not many people have seen

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Photo Essays

Ansel Adams in Color

An elegant book chronicles how the great landscape master — known for his black and white work — explored the possibilities of color. From the book, "Ansel...

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