"ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ. A LIFETIME OF PHOTOGRAPHY". Collectif. Editions Thames & Hudson, Londres & Key Porter Books, Toronto. 1982.
ANDRE KERTESZ. A LIFETIME OF PHOTOGRAPHY
"ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ. A LIFETIME OF PHOTOGRAPHY". Collectif. Editions Thames & Hudson, Londres & Key Porter Books, Toronto. 1982. Edition originale, imprimée au Canada. in-4 carré, couverture toilé sous jaquette photo. 260 pages. Texte en anglais, introduction par Ben Lifson, illustré de 150 reproductions photographiques noir & blanc pleine page d'André Kertész.
"André Kertész, long acknowledged as the father of modern photography, has been capturing the human experience with his camera since 1912. This unique retrospective volume celebrates the seventy years of Kertész' photographic career, from his youth in his native Hungary, through an exciting and fruitful decade in Paris, to his American period in Greenwich Village, where he has lived for the past forty-five years. It present 150 insightful and absorbing images, including 60 photographs never before published and some 40 taken within the last ten years. While the subjects of his images are varied, ranging from portraits and scenes of World War I to still lifes, landscapes, and cityscapes, Kertész' personal, poetic style remains constant...". Ref LPB0519