Martin Museum of Art will be hosting an exhibition of work by renowned photographer Ansel Adams. The exhibition, "Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail", is comprised of 29 iconic black and white photographs and will run from September 10 to November 14.
Waco Trib | Ansel Adams: Black-and-white beauty at Baylor
by: Carl Hoover
Review of Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail photography exhibition at the Martin Museum of Art including an interview with John Rohrbach, senior curator of photographs at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Ft. Worth.
Follow the link to the full story on the Waco Trib's website.
The Baylor Lariat | Black, white photos come to life in Ansel Adams exhibition
by Paula Ann Solis
Review of the Martin Museum of Art's Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail photography exhibition including interviews with Susan Mullally - Baylor University Associate Professor of Art, and Adair McGregor - Martin Museum's Collections Manager.
Follow the link to the full story on the Baylor Lariat's website.
Killeen Daily Herald | Iconic images: Ansel Adams photos on display at Baylor
by Steve Pettit
Video interview about the Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail exhibition with Karin Gilliam - Director of Martin Museum of Art, and Rebecca Senf - Curator of Photography, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona.
Follow the link to the full story on the Killeen Daily Herald's YouTube video.
The Contact: Quilts of the Sierra Nevada by Ann Johnston
The Contact is a series of quilts influenced by the Sierra Nevada mountain range by the fiber artist Ann Johnston. The exhibition will open October 17 and run through November 14. The museum will host a reception for the artist and gallery talk on Thursday, Oct 24, 5:30-7pm.