Tag: Andre Kertesz

  • Andre Kertesz, Watching From Above – NYTimes.com

    Andre Kertesz, Watching From Above

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    A new show at the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto titled “Surveillance” seeks to answer that question, featuring photographs Kertesz, who died in 1985, made using telephoto lenses, or at times a telescope attached to his camera. The show takes a photographer known for his still lifes, portraits of artists, and later work from his apartment overlooking Washington Square Park and places him on an entirely different stage.

  • The Guide: The Best Photographic Exhibitions, Books and Shows May 2013


    Link: The Guide: The Best Photographic Exhibitions, Books and Shows May 2013 – LightBox

    TIME LightBox presents a new monthly round-up of the best books, exhibitions and ways to experience photography beyond the web—from the Reportage Photography Festival in Sydney and a new Mitch Epstein book to Martin Parr’s ‘Life’s a Beach’ at Aperture in New York and an André Kertész show in London.

  • Eyewitness: Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century

    BJP:

    What is it with Hungary? As the Royal Academy’s forthcoming exhibition will show, this small European country punched well above its weight in the photography world in the middle of the last century, giving us people such as Robert Capa, László Moholy-Nagy, André Kertész, Brassaï and Martin Munkácsi.