André Kertész, ‘Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris’, 1926, PHOTOFAIRS | Insights
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André Kertész

Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris, 1926

Printed by the photographer in Paris, 1926. Annotated ""Foto: André Kertész"", in ink, and ""Chez Mondrian"" and date ""1928"", in pencil, on verso."
7 9/10 × 9 4/5 in
20.1 × 24.9 cm
On loan
location
San Francisco
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Price upon request. Sales inquiries: Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich) | Booth B01

Price upon request. Sales inquiries: Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich) | Booth B01

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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, ‘Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris’, 1926, PHOTOFAIRS | Insights
André Kertész, ‘Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris’, 1926, PHOTOFAIRS | Insights
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Price upon request. Sales inquiries: Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich) | Booth B01

Price upon request. Sales inquiries: Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich) | Booth B01

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Image courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery
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

Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris, 1926

Printed by the photographer in Paris, 1926. Annotated ""Foto: André Kertész"", in ink, and ""Chez Mondrian"" and date ""1928"", in pencil, on verso."
7 9/10 × 9 4/5 in
20.1 × 24.9 cm
On loan
location
San Francisco
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