Beginning September 25, a retrospective series of photographs by Robert Adams titled “A Place We Live” will show at the Denver Art Museum, offering a comprehensive look at the work of Adams’ unconventional landscape photography. From the gallery:
The 20th century master who challenges ideas of landscape photography by looking at damaged, marginal, and overfamiliar places as well as places of quiet, seemingly untouched, beauty. Rather than offering escape, Adams inspires new ways of seeing by asking viewers to acknowledge and care for the world in all its imperfection. Born in 1937, Adams grew up in suburban Denver and lived and worked on Colorado’s Front Range until moving to Oregon in 1997. Adams is among the most prominent and influential photographers of his generation.
Denver Art Museum
100 W. 14th Avenue Parkway
Denver, CO 80204-2788
Another image after the jump.