Jacques Lowe was John F. Kennedy’s personal photographer, catching intimate photos of him and his family from the campaign trail to life at home in the White House.
The exhibit “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe” is on display at The Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville (about 45 minutes from Atlanta) through August 27. Developed by the Newseum, it contains 70 photographs that helped create JFK’s legacy known as Camelot.
I visited last week and was impressed by the collections at this Smithsonian-affiliated museum. “Ansel Adams: The Masterworks” is also on display through October 29.