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Andr Kert Sz

Author : André Kertész
ISBN : 0821226487
Genre : Photography
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The first major retrospective of the celebrated photographer offers a complete overview of his life and career, from his early work in Hungary to his later use of "distortions," with essays by Laszlo Beke, Dominique Baque, and Jane Livingston. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

Andr Kert Sz

Author : André Kertész
ISBN : 0892362901
Genre : Photography
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Hungarian-born André Kertész (1894-1985) was one of the most influential and popular photographers of the twentieth century. This volume presents for the first time selections from the Getty Museum's holdings of Kertész's photographs, including work from his Budapest, Paris, and New York periods. The book also offers an intimate look at Kertész through a dialogue among four of the people who knew the artist best during the last years of his life: Robert Gurbo, Curator of New York's André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation; David Travis, Curator of Photography at the Art Institute; Sylvia Plachy, photographer; and the Getty's Curator of Photographs, Weston Naef. The discussion was moderated by Charles Hagen, writer and critic for the New York Times.

Paris Autumn 1963

Author : Andre Kertesz
ISBN : 2080201557
Genre : Photography
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A previously unpublished collection of photographs by the critically acclaimed late photographer captures the ephemeral nature of Paris in the mid-20th century while offering insight into Kertész's innovations in photographic composition and photojournalism, in a volume that includes images of Montmartre and the banks of the Seine.

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Author : André Kertész
ISBN : 0393066568
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A republication of a smaller-sized tribute to the influential twentieth-century photographer is comprised of duotone reproductions of signature works taken throughout the course of fifty years, in a collection that features people reading in a variety of venues.

Andr Kert Sz

Author : Noël Bourcier
ISBN : UCSC:32106018479375
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A classic among classics, André Kertész is one of the greatest photographers of the twentieth century. Deeply reserved, he consistently remained true to his beliefs and origins. His work, which received belated international recognition from the 1960s on, always drew on his personal life, without lapsing into autobiography. His work moves smoothly, and with great subtlety, between abstraction and Surrealism, Constructivism and humanism. He photographed the street scenes of everyday life and created striking images, elevating ordinary life to exquisite art. A master of hand-held photography, Kertész captured the fleeting moment which became the driving force of his creative work. This monograph is a concise introduction to his work and life, complete with a 4,000 word essay and 55 photographs with extensive captions.

Andre Kertesz

Author : André Kertész
ISBN : 0393065642
Genre : Photography
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A volume of largely unpublished works is comprised of pieces that were taken with a Polaroid camera as part of the photographer's effort to recover from the loss of his wife and features scenes that were shot in and from his New York City Washington Square apartment.

Andr Kert Sz

Author : Michel Frizot
ISBN : 2754100954
Genre : Art
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"André Kertész (1894-1985), internationally known photographer, surprisingly has never been the subject of a true retrospective in Europe. A major exhibition, opening in Paris and traveling to Winterthur, Berlin, and Budapest, now brings together an important number of his prints and original documents. The accompanying monograph details Kertészs personal contributions to the photographic language of the twentieth century and charts his constant creative acuity over a career spanning more than seventy years-- in Hungary, where he was born, in Paris, where he was one of the principal figures of the photographic avant-garde from 1925-1936, and then in New York, where he spent the greater part of his life without receiving the success he expected and deserved."--Book jacket.

Andr Kert Sz

Author : André Kertész
ISBN : 0393061604
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A small-sized, visual time capsule of the pivotal photographer's early Hungarian prints offers insight into his role as an artist and includes coverage of ninety works including "Chez Mondrian," "Satiric Dancer," and "Melancholic Tulip."

Andr Kert Sz Diary Of Light 1912 1985

Author : André Kertész
ISBN : UOM:39015012971308
Genre : Photography
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Collects more than 175 photographs of subjects such as artists, soldiers, New York City, and Paris

A Lifetime Of Perception

Author : André Kertész
ISBN : UOM:39015020723576
Genre : Photography
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A sampling of Kertesz's photographs of city scenes, still lifes, landscapes, and other subjects is accompanied by an analysis of the development of his seventy-year photographic career

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