New York: Aperture, 1980.
New York]: An Aperture Monograph, .
First edition. Limited to 400 copies signed by the artist, this being number 241. With an original silverprint photograph signed by Brett Weston. Original photograph entitled Reeds, Oregon, 1975. With numerous black and white photographs through out and text by R.H. Cravens. Folio (13 3/8 x 11 3/4 inches; 340 x 296 mm). , -131, [1, blank] pp.
Original full oatmeal linen cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Housed in a matching slipcase. Slipcase in opened original plastic wrap. The original signed silverprint is housed separately in portfolio made from oatmeal-colored boards. Portfolio lettered in gilt. A fine copy. Book and portfolio housed in publisher's original cardboard shipping box.
"Within the two-dimensional plane of the photograph itself, Brett has an equally rare capacity to create rhythms and dynamics in what we know to be perfect stillness. It is done of course, through the relationship of one form to another-powerful to weak- within the picture. Only the full exploitation of the black-and-white spectrum can accomplish such movement or- when he has chosen- the Zen-like immobility of ponds, harbors, canals, and other landscapes. An intriguing quality in Brett's work is that the greater the distance his lens encompasses, the less movement there is. The closer the subject, the more intense the rhythmic relationship." (R.H. Cravens).