Nov. 14 — March 20, experience the iconic work of famed photographer Ansel Adams (1902-1984) in a new light – set amongst the work of his predecessors, peers and contemporaries – at Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA.  The exhibition also celebrates Adams’ roles as a conservationist who helped preserve wilderness areas in the American West, as an educator and technical innovator. Witnessing technical advances in cameras and printing near the end of his life, Adams foresaw the coming revolution in electronic imaging.

This comprehensive exhibit features 26 photographs Adams considered among his finest plus 80 works by legends such as Edward Weston, Paul Strand, Cole Weston and Dorthea Lange, contemporary masters Al Weber, Bob Kolbrener and Robert Weingarten, Atlanta photographers Peter Essick and John Mariana and amateur photographer, Arizona politician Barry Goldwater.