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Dedicated to the art and history of photographic arts, with works from famous photographers such as Ansel Adams.
Dedicated to the art and history of photographic arts, with works from famous photographers such as Ansel Adams. The museum also holds changing exhibitions and a theater that plays art and cult films.
1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States
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