This monograph presents a complete overview of the work of Hungarian photograher Andre Kertesz (1894-1985), one of the masters of modern photography. Author Pierre Borhan covers three essential periods of Kertesz's work: Hungary (1912-1925), France (1925-1936) and the United States (1936-1985). A full section is devoted to his famous "distortions" and another to his colour works. Each section is prefaced by a critical text written by an international specialist. This book is a work of reference and a source of information, but is also a tribute to one of the masters of 20th-century photography.
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Pierre Borhan is head of the mission du Patrimoine Photographique, which houses the collection of Andre Kertesz's correspondence and photographic negatives.Language Notes:
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