Cooperative of Photography

Wild Spaces


Robert Mann Gallery, is currently exhibiting vintage prints from Ansel Adams’s early career. Some of Ansel’s most stunning work documents the disappearing landscapes of New Mexico, California and Nevada. Ansel began taking pictures at 14 years old and in 1952 was among one of the founding members of Aperture Magazine. To this day, his photographs remain prolific in spirit, in expression and attention to detail. If you are in New York, catch the exhibition through December 22, 2018.

Clearing Winter Storm

Ansel Adams COOPH 001

El Capitan, Sunrise, Winter, Yosemite National Park

Ansel Adams COOPH 002

Aspens, Northern New Mexico

Ansel Adams COOPH 003

On the Heights, Yosemite Valley

Ansel Adams COOPH 004

White Branches, Mono Lake, California

Ansel Adams COOPH 005

Mt. Williamson, The Sierra Nevada, from Manzanar, California

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Ansel Adams COOPH 007

© The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust, courtesy Robert Mann Gallery.  Check out the exhibition on the gallery website. 



Written by Rowynn Dumont

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