Tag Archives: Ansel Adams

silvery moon

Toronto. “by the light of the silvery moon” goes a line in a very old song. Ansel Adams made a photograph in 1941 called “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico“. ¬†It was so popular he made thousands of prints and at auction … Continue reading

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The Polaroid Project

Toronto. Our friends at WestLicht in Austria announced The Polaroid Project, an exhibition from November 18th this year through February 28, 2018. The press release for the exhibit begins, “Polaroid! The brand has long become a universal myth. The uses … Continue reading

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Remember the Japanese Internment in WW2?

Toronto. During the second world war (WW2) after Hong Kong and Pearl Harbour were ¬†attacked and Japan entered the war on the side of Germany, Many Asian Canadian and American families on the west coast were relocated inland. A deadline … Continue reading

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$221,000 US photograph by Ansel Adams

Toronto. I first saw a reproduction of this beautiful photograph by Adams in one of the Time-Life books I bought in 1970 (The Camera). Today, Dalle Kaplan at Swann Auction Galleries announced a print of this shot sold for the … Continue reading

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