Published in conjunction with an outstanding 2001 exhibition that visited San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, and London, Ansel Adams at 100 is not your typical Adams collection. It is superb, presenting a fresh look at some classic images, as well as some unexpected and even unfamiliar works.
This is the first serious effort to reconsider Adams' contribution to the art of photography in quite some time, complete with a critical interpretive essay on Adams' importance as a modern artist by John Szarkowski.
- Extremely high production values: special paper, linen cloth binding, a matching slipcase, plus an included reproduction print suitable for framing and embossed with the AA seal
- Author John Szarkowski is director emeritus of New York's Museum of Modern Art department of photography