Imagining Tina:
A dialogue with Edward Weston

Online Exhibit

Carmel I
Carmel V
Point Lobos I
Point Lobos IV

Maryam Eisler

Mexico - July 2020

The main focus in Maryam Eisler’s work is the sublime feminine, concerning all of women’s roles. A play of Light & shadow dominates her work, as she portrays landscape and space. In this series she was drawn by the relationship between Edward Weston and Tina Modotti as they shared an adventure in Mexico, during the revolution. Eisler drew inspiration from her visit to Weston’s home and imagined how he looked at Tina at the height of their affair between love, passion, and trust. Here she portrays her as a muse, collaborator, partner and lover; effectively showcasing her in many different roles, a magnificent woman in her own right.

Imagining Tina:
A dialogue with Edward Weston

Online Exhibit

Maryam Eisler

Mexico - July 2020

The main focus in Maryam Eisler’s work is the sublime feminine, concerning all of women’s roles. A play of Light & shadow dominates her work, as she portrays landscape and space. In this series she was drawn by the relationship between Edward Weston and Tina Modotti as they shared an adventure in Mexico, during the revolution. Eisler drew inspiration from her visit to Weston’s home and imagined how he looked at Tina at the height of their affair between love, passion, and trust. Here she portrays her as a muse, collaborator, partner and lover; effectively showcasing her in many different roles, a magnificent woman in her own right.

Carmel I
Carmel V
Point Lobos I
Point Lobos IV