Revolutionary Vision: Group f/64 and Richard Misrach Photographs From the Bank of America Collection
June 4, 2016–January 8, 2017
The Autry in Griffith Park
About the Exhibition
Featuring more than 80 striking photographs, Revolutionary Vision explores the intertwined legacies of f/64, California’s premier photo-modernist group, and Richard Misrach, one of the state’s best-known contemporary photographers. Includes works by Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Richard Misrach, Edward Weston, and others who present changing visions of the Western landscape.
“Viewing the works of Misrach and his f/64 predecessors together is an eye-opening experience. While each individual body of work represents an important artistic movement, together they offer a conversation about the powers of photography to romanticize and beautify while simultaneously commenting on the effects of environmental overuse, industry, and even war.”
—Amy Scott, Chief Curator and Marilyn B. and Calvin B. Gross Curator of Visual Arts
Photo Station Contest
When you visit the exhibition, be sure to step behind the #RevolutionaryVision Photo Stations and post your photo for a chance to win an Autry prize. To be eligible, entries must be posted to a public Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter account with the hashtag #RevolutionaryVision. See complete contest rules and details (pdf).