On the agenda: There’s an interesting new exhibit at the Oceanside Museum of Art that’s definitely worth checking out: "Botanicals: The Photography of Imogen Cunningham."

Cunningham (1883-1976) played a key role in the acceptance of photography as an art form. What Ansel Adams was to the wilderness, Cunningham was to botanicals, creating intimate compositions that call attention to the abstract qualities of nature. The exhibit features black-and-white botanical photos taken in the 1920s and ‘30s and runs through May 22.


Oceanside Museum of Art

704 Pier View Way


(760) 435-3720


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