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Robert Adams

20101230065915-benedict-cedarwash500 Earth Now   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Ansel Adams, Robert Adams, Subhankar Banerjee, Bremner Benedict, Michael P. Berman, Joann Brennan, Suzette Bross, Christine Chin, Dornith Doherty, Chris Enos, Terry Evans, Greg Mac Gregor, Daniel Handal, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Mark Klett, Beth Lilly, David Maisel, Victor Masayesva Jr., Richard Misrach, Brad Moore, Matthew Moore, Patrick Nagatani, Bill Owens, Eliot Porter, Brook Reynolds, Laurel Schultz, Christina Seely, Sharon Stewart, Carlan Tapp, Brad Temkin, Sonja Thomsen, Robert Toedter, Phil Underdown at New Mexico Museum of Art April 8th, 2011 - October 9th, 2011
Posted 4/3/11

Almost since its invention, photography has played an important role in shaping how we understand the American landscape.  This exhibition of nearly one hundred photographs opens with a small suite of prints by the famous landscape photographers Ansel Adams and Eliot Porter, examining how they used their works of art in the service of environmental causes. The example they set provoked a range of strong responses by younger photographers, especially in the context of a growin... [more]

20100809095540-new_topographics_shore Old New Topographics   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joe Deal, Frank Gohlke, Nicholas Nixon, John Schott, Stephen Shore, Henry Wessel at SFMOMA - San Francisco Museum of Modern Art July 17th, 2010 - October 3rd, 2010
Posted 8/9/10

In his review of New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape as exhibited at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (October 25, 2009 – January 10, 2010), Tyler Green notes “The exhibition is a missed opportunity. The partial re-presentation of an important, 34-year-old show is curatorial rote recitation, a blown chance to present and re-contextualize the most important American art of the 1970s.”[1] He goes on to suggest that the exhibit was a wasted chance to “re-historici... [more]

Wanted-eblast They Knew What They Wanted From What Was Available   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Robert Adams, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Lutz Bacher, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Robert Bechtle, E.J. Bellocq, Alighiero e Boetti, Miriam Bohm, Los Carpinteros, Vija Celmins, Gregory Crewdson, Jim Dine, Lee Friedlander, Maureen Gallace, Katy Grannan, Charlie Harper, Peter Hujar, Jordan Kantor, Matt Keegan, Henri Matisse, Barry McGee, Tom McKinley, Richard McLean, Richard Misrach, Manuel Neri, Nathan Oliveira, Mitzi Pederson, Trevor Plagen, Robert Rauschenberg, Linda Ridgway, Will Rogan, Ed Ruscha, Iran do Espirito Santo, Sara VanDerBeek, Garth Weiser, Henry Wesset, Rachel Whiteread, William Wiley, Garry Winogrand, Steve Wolfe at Fraenkel Gallery July 1st, 2010 - August 21st, 2010
Posted 7/12/10

“They Knew What They Wanted” invokes something in-between a hit-man’s overture and a ‘50s girl-group’s jukebox breakup. But instead the phrase serves as the title of an exhibition that spans four commercial galleries in San Francisco: Altman Siegel, John Berggruen, Fraenkel, and Ratio 3. Each gallery asked a different artist from their roster to select the works from the backrooms, storage shelves, and flat files of all four spaces, yet the results are posited as a single exhibition. Wh... [more]

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Robert Adams at Fraenkel Gallery March 11th, 2010 - April 17th, 2010
Posted 4/5/10

    I can’t help but think, when viewing an exhibit of photographs at the Fraenkel Gallery, that it somehow closely resembles the last. Since I often tend toward viewing their shows comprised of black and white photography, this could perhaps be true. The effect of such display uniformity, from one exhibit to the next, ends up functioning as a nice metaphorical device in the context of the current exhibit of work by New Topographics photographer, Robert Adams. Since it was part of Adams... [more]

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