André Kertész took Satiric Dancer in 1926, a year after arriving in Paris at the age of 31. He was clowning around with some Hungarian pals in sculptor Istvá Beothy’s studio. Dancer Magda Förstner mimicked the host’s statuary, and Kertész, with his small glass-plate camera, recorded her jest.
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