Edward Weston: Enduring Vision
July 31–November 25, 2007
A seminal figure in the history of photography, Edward Weston (American, 1886–1958) began his long career in Southern California. The Getty Museum's collection of Weston prints is among the most significant of any art museum, spanning four decades of the artist's work. This exhibition traces the breadth of Weston's accomplishments in California, Mexico, and across the United States, employing a selection of prints drawn from the Museum's holdings alongside a smaller number of complementary loans. One gallery of the exhibition is devoted to the work of Weston's colleagues and students.