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Edward Weston (1886-1958) is one of the seminal figures of American twentieth-century photography. His series of nudes, landscapes and close-up still-lifes defined modernist photography in their formal elegance, simplicity and abstraction. The selection and pairing of the photographs in this book demonstrate Weston's fascination with the nude and its relationship with the other natural and abstract forms that he photographed. A concise and authoritative introduction to Weston's work, this book features some of Weston's best-known pictures - including the beautiful, celebrated nude studies of Tina Modotti and Charles Wilson and his remarkable still-lifes - as well as many lesser-known, but no less engaging, works.
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Amy Conger is the foremost authority on Edward Weston, specializing particularly in Weston's work in Mexico and his collaboration with Tina Modotti. Conger is the editor of the vast catalogue of the Weston archive at the Collection of the Center of Creative Photography in Arizona.
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