Edward Weston in Mexico 1923-1926.

Text by Amy Conger. Foreword by Van Deren Coke.
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1983. 128 pp., 9¼x10¼".

The years that Edward Weston spent in Mexico during the 1930s is considered the time that his photographic vision matured. Art historian Amy Conger has pulled together much new information concentrating on Weston's life during this time. A detailed account of his friendships, loves, and work--including his changing attitudes towards photography--is provided, making this a fascinating book.

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