André Kertész (1894-1985) eye opened new paths in 20th century photography. A photography lover at the age of 18, drawing the aesthetic research of the new vision at age 28, a pioneer of media issues in emerging photographic reportage at age 36, he has largely contributed to the aesthetic and professional evolutions of the medium. But if several generations of photographers have a debt towards his approach and his images, it is for another reason: he is the one who, without effects or display, through constant attention and constant aesthetic subtlety, showed the possibility to pursue serene work throughout a photographer’s...
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