Eddie Adams: Vietnam at Bethel Woods Arts Center through July 11

Fifty black and white photographs from Eddie Adams: Vietnam are being exhibited at Museum at Bethel Woods in Bethel, NY until July 11, 2010. Still River Editions printed work for this exhibition which highlights the photojournalist's coverage of the Vietnam War, including the controversial image for which he was awarded the 1968 Pulitzer Prize. Adams' images were not published outside of their use for the Associated Press until after his death, when a book and exhibition were put together titled Eddie Adams: Vietnam by Adams' wife Alyssa.

Also notable is that the museum is offering free admission for U.S. military veterans, active duty, retired, or reserve troops with an ID at sign in during the Eddie Adams exhibition.

Bethel Woods Art Center is located at 200 Hurd Road, Bethel, NY at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival. The museum's focus is the Woodstock era in art, culture and politics. In addition to the museum, the Art Center holds concerts, craft and other festivals, and country fair-type events.