Issue: 19950303

Friday, March 3, 1995
SUMMER 1995
140
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1995
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APERTURE
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Editor's Note
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APERTURE
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THE EDITORS
Although revered for his vibrant still lifes and haunting California landscapes, Edward Weston spent the major part of his career, from 1917 to 1948, perfecting a standard of photographic portraiture that has rarely been surpassed. Weston's timeless images of the fascinating people who crowded the canvas of his free-spirited life—among them, Robinson Jeffers, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Tina Modotti, Igor Stravinsky, James Cagney, Lincoln Steffens, D. H. Lawrence, Carl Sandburg, e. e. cummings, and Dorothea Lange— comprise a startling 70 percent of the photographer's oeuvre.
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EDWARD WESTON PORTRAITS
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FOREWORD
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COLE WESTON
In 1975, when the Museum of Modern Art organized their second show of Dad's work, they asked if I would give a lecture. I had never lectured about my father before, but I said yes to them. My idea was to talk about Edward Weston the man, not the myth.
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WESTON'S PORTRAITS
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SUSAN MORGAN
In a life devoted to photography, Edward Weston mined an exacting visual language, a refined vocabulary of resonant forms and brilliantly rendered light. His now well-known images (photographed more than fifty years ago)—a writhing bell pepper, a female nude splayed like a starfish on the sandy waves of the Oceano dunes, the classically elegant lines of a young boy's naked torso—convey such a deep attentiveness and canny trust of intuition, they continue to disarm us.
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CHRONOLOGY
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1886 Edward Henry Weston born March 24, to Edward Burbank Weston and Alice Jeanette Brett, in Highland Park, Illinois. 1902 Begins to photograph, with a Bulls-Eye #2 camera, a gift from his father. 1903 Graduates from Oakland Grammar School and works for Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, for three years.
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Institute of Design Illinois Institute of Technology
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Institute of Design Illinois Institute of Technology
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APERTURE: And I Shall Dwell Among Them HISTORIC SYNAGOGUES OF THE WORLD
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And I Shall Dwell Among Them HISTORIC SYNAGOGUES OF THE WORLD
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