Brett Weston (1911- 1993) was an American photographer and the son of of Edward Weston. Brett had a close relationship with his father, and left school to travel to Mexico and become his father’s apprentice in 1925. Brett Weston’s work developed under the influence of important Mexican artists such as Frida Kahlo, Tina Modotti, and Diego Rivera, and the young photographer developed his “tendency toward abstraction,” for which he would become well known.
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