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Berliner Festspiele, an exhibition of Jeu de Paume Paris, in association with the Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
Niederkirchnerstraße 7 | Corner Stresemannstr. 110
€ 9

He teached Brassaï, and Henri Cartier-Bresson was influenced by him. With more than 300 photographies, the exhibition shows the most outstanding works of one of the most important photographers: André Kertesz was born in Hungary, lived in Budapest, Paris and New York and became famous with works like „Schwimmer unter Wasser“ (1917), „Chez Mondrian“ (1926) or the widely known „Gabel“ (1929). After Berlin the exhibition will be shown in Budapest at the Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum from October to December 2011. A richly catalogue has been published.

Catalogue (in German)

André Kertész. Texts by Michel Frizot, Annie-Laure Wanaverbecq. Design by Julien Boitias. Hatje Cantz 2011. 360 pp, 544 full colour illustrations. 

>>> „Rätselhaftes Lebensspiel, von oben besehen“ - an exhibition review by Wilfried Wiegand in the „Frankfurter Allgemeine“ (June 28, 2011)