Posts Tagged ‘ Ansel Adams ’

2016 / Wartime mural painted by Japanese American internee to be unveiled at Manzanar, April 9

In celebration of the Inyo County Sesquicentennial and the National Park Service Centennial, Eastern California Museum and Manzanar National Historic Site invites the public to the unveiling of a recently conserved three-panel of the Owns Valley painted by Tamekichi Carl Hibino in 1943 while he and his family were incarcerated in Manzanar. This is...
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2016 / Skirball Center exhibiting Manzanar photographs by Anesl Adams & Mine Okubo’s artwork, Oct. 8 – Feb. 21

The Skirball Cultural Center presents Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams, featuring fifty little-known photographs by Ansel Adams (1902–1984) that depict the treatment of Japanese Americans at the Manzanar incarceration camp in central California. Taken during World War II, the black and white works were originally published in Adams’s book Born Free and...
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