Edward Weston: 125 Photographs (Hardcover)
Now releasing at a price affordable for every fan, this lavish hardcover book with cloth cover and foil deboss contains 125 of Weston's well-known images and many lesser-known gems. Additionally, a detailed introduction, along with reproductions of many unseen photographs and ephemera help round out this ultimate tribute to a legendary photographer.
Printed on lush and heavy paper stock, "Edward Weston: 125 Photographs" is a necessary addition to any serious art library. Its duotone reproductions are of the highest grade possible, made from newly created digital scans direct from the master images within the vaults of the Edward Weston Archive at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona.
About the Author
Edward Weston (1886-1958) is an icon of American photography. His black-and-white photographs are considered among the most important images of the 20th century. Today, Edward Weston's photographs are highly coveted at auction and are exhibited by countless museums throughout the world. Steve Crist is the publisher of AMMO Books and has authored, edited, or published outstanding titles, including "Edward Weston: One Hundred Twenty-Five Photographs," "Gonzo" by Hunter S. Thompson, "The Curse of Lono" by Hunter S. Thompson and Ralph Steadman, "Charley Harper: An Illustrated Life" by Todd Oldham, "Marilyn" by Andre de Dienes, "Jazz Life" by William Claxton, "The Polaroid Book," and "The Contact Sheet." He is currently in production on new books with the estate of Charles and Ray Eames and the artist Ralph Steadman.
"Edward Weston is one of the essential photographers of the 20th century. He helped define our prewar notions of the American West when it still beckoned as a frontier, as a refuge from civilization—if you could bear the unsparing light. His eye often sought out the lush, the sensual: nudes like landscapes, landscapes like nudes, and shells and peppers like both." —The New York Times
"Since some of Weston's images have sold for more than a million dollars, this collection of provocative black-and-whites is a bargain." —Entertainment Weekly