Edinburgh Exhibitions  -  2008

Ansel Adams

Celebration of Genius

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Landscape Photography by

Lindsay Robertson

OPENING TIMES EXTENDED TO MEET THE DEMAND
By March 20, 2008, the exhibition had attracted more than 13,000 visitors

9 February to 20 April 2008

Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm

Sunday 12-5pm 

 

Admission

Adults: 4.00, Concessions: 2.50, Family Ticket: 10.00

Adult Weekday Season ticket: 4.00 (2.50 concession) all day Monday to Friday

City Art Centre,  2 Market Street, Edinburgh

 

Ansel Adams

This is the last chance to see the exhibition before it returns to George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. The exhibition was inspired by the centenary of the birth of Ansel Adams (1902-1984).  It is the most comprehensive collection of his work ever to be shown in the UK.

The exhibition includes includes 150 original black and white prints spanning Adams' work from the 1920s to the 1960s, from his most famous images of the American West to portraits, still lifes and abstract photo studies.

Lindsay Robertson

This exhibition includes large scale black and white landscape prints of  Scotland and the American wilderness areas, taken during his Lindsay's 35-year career.

 

 

 

 

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