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Exhibits

Ansel Adams: Masterworks

We’re Open! Reservations to visit the galleries are required at this time  Ansel Adams (1902–1984) profoundly influenced the course of 20th century photography through his innovative and technical approach to the medium. In 1979, at the age of seventy-seven, Adams began reflecting on his artistic legacy. With the help of gallerist Maggie Weston, he assembled […]

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Eugène Atget: Photographing Paris, 1898–1925

We’re Open! Reservations to visit the galleries are required at this time  In 1925, while working in Paris as an art studio assistant, American photographer Berenice Abbott (1898–1991) befriended the French photographer Eugène Atget (1857–1927). After Atget passed away two years later, Abbott secured a selection of his glass negatives. She returned to New York […]

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Anna Tsouhlarakis: To Bind or to Burn

We’re Open! Reservations to visit the galleries are required at this time  To Bind or To Burn presents recent works by multi-media and performance artist Anna Tsouhlarakis (Navajo, Creek, and Greek). Tsouhlarakis was the 2019-20 Andrew W. Mellon artist in residence at the FAC. During this time in the studio, she explored projects that questioned […]

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Papel Chicano Dos: Works on Paper from the Collection of Cheech Marin

We’re Open! Reservations to visit the galleries are required at this time  Cheech Marin is as passionate about sharing Chicana/o art as he is about creating his collection. Following the huge success of an initial exhibition of works on paper, Papel Chicano Dos was organized as a traveling exhibition to bring the artworks of established and emerging Chicana/o […]

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Nancy Lovendahl: Small Glimpses, Many Times

Reservations to visit the galleries are required at this time  Small Glimpses, Many Times presents a new body of work by sculptor and mixed media artist Nancy Lovendahl. Lovendahl, affected by her observations of the Colorado landscape, investigates themes of scale and perception. Taking its title from Dzogchen, a tradition in Tibetan Buddhism, this exhibition […]

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