From the Phoenix Art Museum website:
Alan Ross, artist, educator and master printer, has earned an international reputation as a specialist in the art of black-and-white photography. As Ansel Adams’ photographic assistant from 1974 to 1979, Ross was integrally involved with Adams’ books, teaching in Yosemite and production of fine prints. Ross presents a personal view of the master, from his professional and obscure personal work to his passion for people.
Alan’s presentation in conjunction with the exhibition “Ansel Adams Discoveries” “www.phoenixartmuseum.org/exhibition/exhibitionanseladams.php that will be on view at the Museum through June 6th.
The exhibition is organized by the Center for Creative Photography and Phoenix Art Museum.
Support provided by American Express, BlueCross BlueShield of Arizona, UMB Bank Arizona, John C. Lincoln Health Network, J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation, Margaret T. Morris Foundation, Robert and Joan Cremin, Robin and Ric Donnelley, Joanie and Rick Fox, and the Museum’s Connoisseurs Circle, In Focus, and Men’s Arts Council.
Promotional support provided by CBS Outdoor, Phoenix New Times, Clear Channel Radio, Barnes and Noble, Latino Perspectives, and 944 Magazine.”
Alan Ross Lecture
Free and open to the public
Phoenix Art Museum
McDowell Road & Central Avenue
1625 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004