If you have any interest in photography you undoubtedly know who Ansel Adams is.  His landscape photography, particularly of the Southwestern US, is world renowned.  So if you are in the Southwest between now and February 14, 2010 you have a great opportunity to check out an exhibit at the Tucson Museum of Art featuring more than 100 of his photographs.

Ansel Adams has ties to Tucson through the Center for Creative Photography that he co-founded at the University of Arizona in 1975.  A trip to Tucson to see the exhibit and then take in the Center for Creative Photography would be well worth it.  If you have extra time to spend in Tucson bring your camera and check out some of these top spots for photography in Tucson.

2 Responses to “Ansel Adams Exhibit at the Tucson Museum of Art”

  1. Pam Williams

    on January 25 2012

    I live in Kansas City, Ks. Is there an exhibit of Ansel Adams photography close by? I love the black and white photographs.

    Thank you
    Pam Williams

  2. Mike

    on January 25 2012

    Hi Pam,

    I was not able to find any information for current or upcoming Ansel Adams exhibits int he Kansas area. You might want to check with some local museums like the Nelson-Atkins to see if they have any plans to exhibit his photography in the near future.

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