André Kertész biography
A Jewish man growing-up in the midst of Nazi control in Europe, Kertész was forced to move to the US in 1936 from where he continued to build his acclaimed reputation for modernist photography. Living in Paris in the 1920s he worked for the first ever illustrated magazine, VU and even collaborated with the rising nihilistic Dada movement.
James Hyman Gallery exhibition
This spring James Hyman Gallery puts a spotlight on Kertész's European work, from his early days in Hungary to Paris in the 1920s and his return to Europe after the Second World War with trips to Paris, Budapest, London and Milan. Expect to find unknown images which have never been displayed publicly before and familiar moments in this photography exhibition.
Catch modernist trendsetter photographer André Kertész in this intimate new show at James Hyman Gallery and discover more about his influential career.
|What||André Kertész in Europe, James Hyman Gallery|
|Where||James Hyman Gallery, 16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Piccadilly Circus (underground)|
13 May 15 – 13 Jun 15, 10.00 - 18.00 Monday to Friday
|Website||Click here for more details|