Regarded by many as one of the most important photographers of the 20th century ? if not in the history of photography ? Edward Weston?s stature as a photographer rivals Ansel Adams. This exhibition organized by the Dayton Art Institute includes many of the most famous images as well as works never or rarely seen before. The exhibition also includes unpublished correspondence that reveals the warm personal character of one of photography?s most revered innovators. In addition, the correspondence chronicles Weston?s travels and life from the early 1940s until his death in 1958. The exhibitions will be supported by images from George Eastman House?s extensive holdings of Weston photographs.
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