CLEVELAND – Landscape photographs from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s (CMA) permanent collection will be featured in a new exhibition, American Space: Landscape Photography, 1900-1950, on view through May 23.
At least 17 prints will be displayed in the show, including images by Alfred Stieglitz, Brett Weston, Ansel Adams, and Edward S. Curtis. This is the second rotation of photographs from the museum’s permanent collection to be shown in galleries 103 and 104. Admission is free.
“This exhibition allows one to look at the American landscape with new eyes, and also, to look through the eyes of the photographer,” explains Tom Hinson, CMA’s curator of photography. “These photographers transformed already stunning views into wonderful formal and visual compositions.”
For more information, call 1-888-CMA-0033 or visit www.clevelandart.org.
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