Pascal Beausse, Head of the Photographic Collection, presents Santa Ana Wash by Robert Adams, a work acquired by CNAP in 1989.
Made in 1982 in San Bernardino county, close to a military base, the image is an example in itself of the ecological preoccupations of the photographer. Here this photograph revives the landscape genre and is an essential part of the history of American photography.
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