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An engaging, illuminating group biography of the photographers of the seminal West Coast movement-the first in-depth book on Group f.64.
Mary Street Alinder is an independent scholar specializing in twentieth-century photography. From 1979 until his death, Alinder was chief assistant to Ansel Adams. She worked closely with him on his bestselling autobiography, which she completed posthumously. She also coedited a volume of his letters and published the definitive biography, recently revised and updated in a new edition. In addition to her writings, Alinder has curated exhibitions worldwide, including the 1987 Adams blockbuster at the de Young Museum and a 2002 Adams Centennial exhibition. Alinder has lectured internationally, from Washington, DC's National Gallery to London's Barbican Centre and China's Shanghai Cultural Center. She lives in Northern California.
A loving, minutely researched portrait of the photographer that acknowledges his humanity while confirming his enormous artistic contribution. Los Angeles Times on Ansel Adams Ms. Alinder ably chronicles Adams's esthetic breakthroughs and career moves. New York Times on Ansel Adams