André Kertész

Exhibition

Photography

André Kertész

Past: September 28, 2010 → February 6, 2011

There has never been a proper retrospective of the work of André Kertész (Budapest, 1894–New York, 1985) in Europe, even though he donated all his negatives to the French state. And yet he is one of the most important photographers of the 20th century, both for the richness of his body of work and for the sheer longevity of his career.

For the first time, this show will bring together a sizeable ensemble of prints and original documents covering the different periods of Kertész’s life and artistic career. It will reveal how Kertész developed a genuine poetics of photography — what he himself called “a real photographic language.” The display will highlight the autonomy of each photograph, while at the same time indicating the presence of series or recurring themes (for example, the distortions, the buildings of New York, the chimneys, and solitude).

  • Visit Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 12:30 PM

    Visite commentée gratuite.

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1, place de la Concorde


75008 Paris

T. 01 47 03 12 50

www.jeudepaume.org

Concorde

Opening hours

Every day except Monday, 11 AM – 7 PM
Late night on Tuesday until 9 PM

Admission fee

Full rate €10.00 — Concessions €7,50

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Venue schedule

The artist

  • André Kertész