André Kertész


Les Halles in Early Morning, 1927

   

Melancholy Tulip, New York (SOLD)

Sailors by Billboard, New York
   

Boulevard de la Madleine, 1926


Street Artist near Gare St Lazarre -“Special”, circa1925
   

Cart in Street, 1919

Figure and Column with Street Lamp, circa 1925
   


Cheeseracks, Paris
Vintage Gelatin Silver Print, 1930s


Portrait of Mlle Jaffe
Vintage Gelatin Silver Print, 1927
   

Pigeon in Snow
Vintage Gelatin Silver Print, 1950

 Rockefeller Center
Vintage Gelatin Silver (Ferrotype) Print, 1939
   


Pont Saint Michel, 1925

Artist's Biography
(Hungarian, 1894 - 1985) André Kertész is one of the most important photographers of the twentieth century. In a career that spanned more than seventy years, he made some of the most deceptively simple yet compelling photographs ever created. Working intuitively, he sought to capture the poetry of modern urban life, revealing its quiet incidents and odd, occasionally comic, even bizarre juxtapositions. Combining an amateur’s love for the personal and immediate with a modernist’s sense of form, he created a purely photographic idiom that celebrated a direct observation of everyday life. A major retrospective of his work is traveling this year from the National Portrait Gallery to the Los Angeles County Museum and on to the International Center of Photography.

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