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Robert Adams: The Place We Live

Client: Denver Art Museum Dates on view: September 24, 2011 – January 01, 2012 Exhibition total area: 6,000 sq. ft. Checklist: 244 framed photographs   This important retrospective offers a comprehensive look at the work of a 20th century master who challenges conventional ideas of landscape photography by looking at damaged, marginal, and overfamiliar places as well as places of quiet, seemingly untouched, beauty. Rather than offering escape, Adams inspires new ways of seeing by asking viewers to acknowledge and care for the world in

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all its imperfection. Born in 1937, Adams grew up in suburban Denver and lived and worked on Colorado‚Äôs Front Range until moving to Oregon in 1997. Adams is among the most prominent and influential photographers of his generation. Robert Adams: The Place We Live, and its accompanying publication was organized by the Yale University Art Gallery.   Services:

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  All photographs courtesy of Denver Art Museum | Jeff Wells