ANDRE KERTESZ

André Kertesz (2 July 1894 – 28 September 1985), born Kertesz Andor, was a Hungarian-born photographer known for his groundbreaking contributions to photographic composition and by his efforts in establishing and developing the photo essay. During his photographic career, which spanned for more than 70 years, Andre Kertesz earned numerous awards for his achievements in photography. He was the first photographer ever to have a one-man show and appeared in countless exhibitions around the world.

ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #200, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #128, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #117 , 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #113, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #91 [cropped version], 1933
ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #70, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #63, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #40, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #16, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion [number unknown}, 1929
ANDRE KERTESZ - Distortion #45, 1933 ANDRE KERTESZ - Brick Walls, 1961 ANDRE KERTESZ - Paris Breakfast No 30, Jan 3, 1982 ANDRE KERTESZ - Bust, From My Window No. 7, Feb. 5, 1979 ANDRE KERTESZ - Botticelli’s Venus, March 31, 1978
ANDRE KERTESZ - Flowers for Elizabeth, No 24, July 6, 1976 ANDRE KERTESZ - Mauna Kea, Kamuela, Honolulu, No 7, Aug. 4, 1974 ANDRE KERTESZ - Broken Bench, NY, 1962 ANDRE KERTESZ - Elizabeth’s Book, Newtown, CT, 1952 ANDRE KERTESZ - Armonk, NY, 1941
ANDRE KERTESZ - Elizabeth and I in Cafe du Dome, Paris, 1931 ANDRE KERTESZ - Chez Mondrian, 1926 ANDRE KERTESZ - Carrefour, 1930 ANDRE KERTESZ - Colette, 1930 ANDRE KERTESZ - Fork, 1928
ANDRE KERTESZ - Stairs of Montmartre, 1925 ANDRE KERTESZ - Paris Butcher ANDRE KERTESZ - My Elizabeth, Paris, 1931 ANDRE KERTESZ - Elizabeth and I boating in Hungary, 1920
ANDRE KERTESZ - Fork, 1928
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4 x 5 inch Contact Silver Print
Signed in pencil on the recto
Printed by Igor Bakht in 1981 from original negative
Portfolio limited to 50 sets

ANDRE KERTESZ

Fork, 1928
ANDRE KERTESZ - Fork, 1928

ANDRE KERTESZ

Fork, 1928
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4 x 5 inch Contact Silver Print
Signed in pencil on the recto
Printed by Igor Bakht in 1981 from original negative
Portfolio limited to 50 sets

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