This exhibition represents a photography survey of this major American artist. It includes an outstanding grouping of ninety-nine vintage prints from all phases of Weston’s (1886-1958) five-decade career, from his first nude in 1909 to his final landscape made near his home at Point Lobos, California in 1948. Previously unpublished masterpieces will be interspersed with well-known signature photographs. The works are drawn from the significant private collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg. The exhibition is on a national tour and is accompanied by a fully-illustrated catalogue. Edward Weston: Life Work is organized and circulated by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles. All works courtesy of the Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg Collection.