1. Source: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
You Know Ansel, But Who Is Robert Adams (And Why Should You Care)?

In 2004, Yale inherited a huge trove of [Robert] Adams’ work, and [curator, Joshua] Chuang has been processing it since then. “There was not a single bad image in the group,” Chuang says with a genuine deference. “His standards were so high and his editing of his own work was so rigorous.” The fruits of their joint labor are in a traveling exhibition, The Place We Live, now at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

    Source: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    You Know Ansel, But Who Is Robert Adams (And Why Should You Care)?

    In 2004, Yale inherited a huge trove of [Robert] Adams’ work, and [curator, Joshua] Chuang has been processing it since then. “There was not a single bad image in the group,” Chuang says with a genuine deference. “His standards were so high and his editing of his own work was so rigorous.” The fruits of their joint labor are in a traveling exhibition, The Place We Live, now at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).