By Crocker Staff

Crocker visitors have until 5 PM on Sunday, May 14, to see the extraordinary exhibition Two Views: Photographs by Ansel Adams and Leonard Frank, before it leaves Sacramento.

While Adams is known for his landscapes and Frank is known for his industrial photography, this exhibition affords an opportunity to see another side of each of these legendary photographers, who were also passionate about documenting life inside camps where Japanese Americans and Canadians were imprisoned during World War II.

Watch this short video for a peek inside Two Views, on view at the Crocker through Sunday:

Click here for Museum hours, location, and ticket information.

Top Photo: photographer Ansel Adams by J. Malcolm Greany

Photo of Leonard Frank courtesy of the Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia

Photo of the Evacuation Notice to Those of Japanese Ancestry, posted at the corner of 9th and K Streets, May 8th, 1942, courtesy of the Center for Sacramento History, Eugene Hepting Collection