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André Kertész

Israel, Jerusalem and Bethlehem, 1980 / 1980

Silver prints unmounted
8 × 10 in
20.3 × 25.4 cm
This is a unique work.
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Contemporary Works/Vintage Works
Chalfont
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A unique set of 27 photographs of Jerusalem and Bethlehem taken during the photographer's stay …

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A unique set of 27 photographs of Jerusalem and Bethlehem taken during the photographer's stay made for an exhibition of Kertész's works held at the Israel Museum from October 25 to November 3, 1980. Kertész was invited to come and photograph Israel by the museum's photography curator Nissan Perez.

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Titles, numbers and notations on the verso in pencil in the photographer's hand.
André Kertész
Hungarian, 1894–1985
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An important influence on photography both as journalism and as art, André Kertész is known for the …

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An important influence on photography both as journalism and as art, André Kertész is known for the visual lyricism and humanism that characterized his practice. A Hungarian-born Frenchman, Kertész moved to New York in 1936, having spent 1925-1936 in Paris at the centre of the émigré art world, where he photographed …

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Contemporary Works/Vintage Works
Chalfont
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A unique set of 27 photographs of Jerusalem and Bethlehem taken during the photographer's stay …

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A unique set of 27 photographs of Jerusalem and Bethlehem taken during the photographer's stay made for an exhibition of Kertész's works held at the Israel Museum from October 25 to November 3, 1980. Kertész was invited to come and photograph Israel by the museum's photography curator Nissan Perez.

Signature
Titles, numbers and notations on the verso in pencil in the photographer's hand.
André Kertész
Hungarian, 1894–1985
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An important influence on photography both as journalism and as art, André Kertész is known for the …

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An important influence on photography both as journalism and as art, André Kertész is known for the visual lyricism and humanism that characterized his practice. A Hungarian-born Frenchman, Kertész moved to New York in 1936, having spent 1925-1936 in Paris at the centre of the émigré art world, where he photographed …

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André Kertész

Israel, Jerusalem and Bethlehem, 1980 / 1980

Silver prints unmounted
8 × 10 in
20.3 × 25.4 cm
This is a unique work.
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