ELKHART — The exhibit “Nature: Forms & Forces, The Photographs of Algimantas Kezys” continues through March 6 at the Midwest Museum of American Art, 429 S. Main St.

This exhibit highlights selected gelatin silver prints by the Lithuanian photographer Algimantas Kezys (1928-2015).

The museum owns 70 black-and-white photographs by this ordained Jesuit priest, who, beginning in the early 1960s, pursued life as he saw it through the viewfinder of his 35 mm camera.

Other exhibits include the following:

“Mary Amador: Embracing Family — A Spotlight Exhibit, through Feb. 20: The exhibit consists of 12 mixed media works that relate to the artist’s biographical experiences as told through portraits of her children and family.

“Recent Acquisitions From the Permanent Collection,” through Feb. 20: This exhibit looks back over the past 10 years to highlight some of the museum’s most important holdings acquired from 2011 to 2021.

Four exhibits continue at the Midwest Museum of American Art

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The exterior of the building Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 at the Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart.

ELKHART — The exhibit “Nature: Forms & Forces, The Photographs of Algimantas Kezys” continues through March 6 at the Midwest Museum of American Art, 429 S. Main St.

This exhibit highlights selected gelatin silver prints by the Lithuanian photographer Algimantas Kezys (1928-2015).

The museum owns 70 black-and-white photographs by this ordained Jesuit priest, who, beginning in the early 1960s, pursued life as he saw it through the viewfinder of his 35 mm camera.

Other exhibits include the following:

“Mary Amador: Embracing Family — A Spotlight Exhibit, through Feb. 20: The exhibit consists of 12 mixed media works that relate to the artist’s biographical experiences as told through portraits of her children and family.

“Recent Acquisitions From the Permanent Collection,” through Feb. 20: This exhibit looks back over the past 10 years to highlight some of the museum’s most important holdings acquired from 2011 to 2021.

“Norman Rockwell: America’s Illustrator,” through Sept. 2: This large collection of collotypes and lithographs includes some of his most famous magazine covers.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Admission is $10-$6.

For more information, call 574-293-6660 or visit midwestmuseum.org.

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