Legendary photographer Ansel Adams visited a Japanese internment camp in 1943, here’s what he saw – The Washington Post

In 1942, Ansel Adams set out to document life inside the Japanese-American internment camp at the Manzanar War Relocation Center in California. It was a departure for Adams, who at the time was known as a landscape photographer and not for social-documentary work.

Source: Legendary photographer Ansel Adams visited a Japanese internment camp in 1943, here’s what he saw – The Washington Post

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Grateful is the feeling I had, when I learned Ansel Adams took the time to record one of the very low moments of the American government and its people.

Andrea

 

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