KLEINBURG, ON.- The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is presenting two thought-provoking and visually stunning photography exhibitions: Ansel Adams: Masterworks and Edward Burtynsky: The Landscape That We Change. While Burtynsky’s images of “disrupted” landscapes may seem at odds with Adams’ pristine natural vistas, viewed together, they engage the audience in a timely dialogue about society’s complex relationship to the natural world.
During his decades-long career, American born Ansel Adams produced an extensive body of work that established him as arguably the most influential photographer of the twentieth century. Ansel Adams: Masterworks contains a selection of forty-seven photographs tracing the artist’s development over time and highlighting some of his best-loved works. These images were selected by Adams between 1979 and his death in 1984,
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