Bruce Silverstein Gallery presents a selection of masterworks by André Kertész at Art Basel 46. The exhibition will serve as a retrospective of the artist's career, and the work on view will change during the run of the fair in order to highlight the primary facets and developments of his practice. Beginning with his early photographs in Hungary over 100 years ago, the artist's revered Paris period will follow, leading to his well-known New York images taken from his apartment window, concluding with the artist’s final Polaroids.
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