Harry Shunk and János Kender first met in Paris in 1957 and quickly joined forces, undertaking commissions for artists and their gallerists. The duo immortalised artistic events in Paris, such as exhibitions and performances, but they also photographed artists at work, either in their studio or at home. In fact, Shunk and Kender got incredibly close to the artists they documented, as is evident throughout the exhibition from the portraits of Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg, all of whom allowed them to get up close and personal, and not just in their studios but also everywhere...
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