“Ansel Adams: Early Works” is now open!

The long-anticipated exhibition, “Ansel Adams: Early Works”, is now open to the public. When you visit, you will see 41 original prints developed and signed by the photographer himself. Some of his most iconic images are here, like Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, El Capitan, and Monolith, the Face of Half-Dome. You will also see his very first portfolio, published in 1927, and a rare photo of fellow-photographer, Alfred Stieglitz. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the American Southwest as seen through the eyes of one of our most influential artists!

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About TMA Education Station

Hi! I'm Derek Frazier, the Interpretation Manager/Education Coordinator at the Tyler Museum of Art, a fully accredited fine arts museum in East Texas. Please let me know if you have any questions about the museum, what our education department does, or if you just want to talk about art. It's what we do!
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