Vintage black-and-white photographs have pride of place at the Scott Nichols Gallery of San Francisco: Ansel Adams’ famous birch trees, a beautiful portrait of Truman Capote by Irving Penn, a glistening nude by Ruth Bernhard, a kiss by Mona Kuhn and a moonlit beach by Wynn Bullock. Representing both well established and up-and-coming artists, the Scott Nichols Gallery is betting on the tried-and-true at this year’s AIPAD, like the Weston family, John Goodman and Dorothea Lange. A visual pleasure.
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