Photography by André Kertész – Foujita, Paris, 1927-1928 -This photograph is a re-edition of 1960.
Gelatine silver print signed, titled and dated in pencil and with stamp on verso.
Dimensions: Sheet: 25.5 x 20.5 cm – Image : 24 x 19 cm.
Bibliography: “André Kertész Sixty years of Photography”, Penguin Books, 1978, p.90.
This image is also part of a report on Foujita published in October 1931 in the review “Uhu”.
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André KÉRTESZ (1894 – 1985)
Kertész Andor, known as André Kertész was born on July 2, 1894, in Budapest, in Hungary and died on September 28, 1985, in New York. He is a Hungarian photographer, naturalized American and important actor of the Parisian artistic scene during the interwar period. He is recognized as a major photographer of twentieth century photography.
His career is generally divided into four periods, based on where he was working and his work was most prominently known. They are called the Hungarian period, the French period, the American period and, toward the end of his life, the International period.
May 1, 2020
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