Bowers Museum presents Adams, Curtis and Weston: Photographers of the American West May 16 through November 29, 2015. The exhibition documents the changing landscape of the west and the art of photography through time as well as through the lenses of three of the most celebrated 20th century American photographers: Ansel Adams, Edward S. Curtis and Edward Weston. The photos range in date from 1905 to 1967 and depict a variety of subjects, including landscapes and portraits. Forty-two photographs from the Capital Group Foundation Collection is on display in the museum’s newly renovated gallery in the historic Mary Muth Wing. Ansel Adams (1902–1984) was an American photographer and environmentalist. He is seen as an environmental folk hero and a symbol of the American West, especially of Yosemite National Park. Adams’ dedication

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