Quintenz Gallery | Quintenz Gallery, Contemporary Art in Aspen, Colorado
Quintenz Gallery presents artworks in all media by emerging, mid-career and established artists including Robert Kelly, Kris Cox, Daniel Beltra, Joseph Scheer, Allison Stewart, Betsy Eby, Mel Kendrick and Robert Brinker. The gallery recently added a Projects program that intends to be a platform for artistic exploration and innovation featuring younger artists. The Projects program was created with an eye toward introducing new artists to the gallery and to Aspen. Quintenz Gallery Projects will also feature short-term curatorial projects by guest curators as well as pop-up exhibitions and lecture series.
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Ansel Adams: Masterworks From Seven Decades, 1928–1982 
“Wilderness, or wildness, is a mystique. A religion, an intense philosophy, a dream of ideal society—these are also mystiques. As the fisherman depends upon the river, lakes and seas, and the farmer upon the land for his existence, so does mankind … depend upon the beauty of the world about him for his spiritual and emotional existence.”

–Ansel Adams, from a speech to The Wilderness Society, May 9, 1980

Spanning seven decades of his groundbreaking career, a major retrospective of more than 50 photographs by Ansel Adams will be on view from July 10–September 8, 2015, at the Quintenz Gallery in Aspen, Colorado. Ansel Adams: Masterworks from Seven Decades, 1928–1982 comprises the entirety of one of the most significant, privately held Adams collections. Most of the work has not been exhibited in many years. The exhibition is presented in association with Michael Shapiro Photographs, Westport, CT.