Anybody go to this..? I thought I'd take the opportunity to mention that there was a HUGE amount of weston stuff I'd never seen before - I was surprised by it too - since some of it, I thought, was much better than his more popular work. There were some VERY early platinum/palladium prints there too. I have to vent though too. My complaints are: the lighting level was WAY too low to be able to see into the shadows of most of the prints. It was VERY unfortunate! the docent leading the tour was (it seems) badly informed and dwelled on absurd, fictitious technical details - i.e. how weston needed to use 'close up filters' on his 8x10 camera to get the shot of the nautilus, etc... there was other erroneous stuff mentioned - but I found that the most egregious. all in all a great show - but I was mostly disappointed by the lighting levels.