The “Galerie de la photographie classique” has just opened with an exhibition devoted to the Ansel Adams school (1902-1984). The gallery and the exhibition have made names for themselves, through their quality and scale. This two-floored new venue also includes an advanced film laboratory, a unique collection of device collectibles for Russia and a learning center. It is the biggest private space in the country entirely devoted to photography. Through 120 photographs, the curator has brought together the most impressive pictures by Ansel Adams and from its seven main disciples: John Wimberly, Jody Forster, John Sexton, Alan Ross, Bob Kolbrener, Jack Nixon and Clyde Butcher.
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