‘Into the Light’




MANCHESTER – Brett Weston (1911-93) was considered by many to be brilliant, visionary, prodigious, and among the most important photographers of the twentieth century. Yet, his achievements have often been overshadowed by those of his renowned father, Edward. In the first major exhibition in 30 years to be dedicated to Brett’s prolific body of work, “Brett Weston: Out of the Shadow” concentrates on the photographer’s distinct creative spirit. On view at the Currier from Oct. 10 through Jan. 3, this exhibition shows how Weston captured the magic of black and white prints through more than 100 vintage photographs from the 1920s through the 80s. For more information, visit www.currier.org.
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