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    I am going to be down at Mickey's house late this week, and early next. I am thinking about taking a break and goingto the Ansel Adams at 100 show at the LA County Museum of art. I understand Michael A Paula also have some prints in another exhibit there. Has anyone seen either show yet? Anyone know how far it is from Disneyland? I won't have a car, so I will be cabbing it most likely.

    Brian
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    Last year I saw the Adams at 100 exhibition in London. Although everybody is familiar with his work -we have all seen it in books or magazines - it is still a thrill to see the real prints.
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    I can't see the exhibition, so I bought the book! I have seen a good portion of what's termed a Muesum Portfolio or something like that, and can recommend it given that some of the prints will be the same

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    Definitely go see it. I saw it when it was at the Hayward Gallery in London and definitely reccomend it. (They had Eggleston as well, who they described as the "Ansel Adams of Colour"...)

    Do go see it, I loved seeing genuine Ansels up close.

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    Definitely a must see! I saw it in London last year, at the Hayward Gallery. We travelled to London especially to see Ansel's prints "live". I wouldn't have wanted to miss it for the world. It was very inspiring.

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    I never got to the London showing. Is there an itinerary available online? I maybe 'Stateside' later in the year.

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    Remaining venues for the Weston exhibition. A few others may be announced.

    Portland Museum of Art
    Portland, Maine
    28 June – 19 October 2003

    Amon Carter Museum
    Fort Worth, Texas
    15 November 2003 – 11 January 2004

    Utah Museum of Fine Arts
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    13 February – 11 April 2004

    Greenville County Museum of Art
    Greenville, South Carolina
    11 May – 4 July 2004

    Knoxville Museum of Art
    Knoxville, Tennessee
    30 July – 10 October 2004

    Crocker Art Museum
    Sacramento, California
    5 November 2004 – 9 January 2005

    Plains Art Museum
    Fargo, North Dakota
    21 April – 10 July 2005

    Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami
    Coral Gables, Florida
    15 September – 13 November 2005

    Institut Valencià d’Art Modern (IVAM)
    Valencia, Spain
    23 March – 21 May 2006

    Lore Degenstein Gallery, Susquehanna University
    Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
    2 September – 29 October 2006.

    Vero Beach Museum of Art
    Vero Beach, Florida
    18 November 2006 – 7 January 2007

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    Whoops. wrong exhibition schedule postd. Sorry, I don't know the other one.

    Michael A. Smith

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    Ansel at 100 is out at MOMA/Queens in New York at the moment. I'll try to get out there in the next week or so, once I figure out the bus route (should be easier than the subway from my side of town).
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