Nothing could be more encouraging for fine-art photography than that it has outgrown its familiar environs. After a decade in the cozy confines of New York's Park Avenue Armory,…Read More
By Alex Novak
Born in Budapest, Hungary, on July 2, 1884, Andor (as he was originally known) Kertész graduated at 18 from the Academy of Commerce and went to work as…Read More
An edited version of this interview first appeared in the September-October-November, 2002 issue of Photographie International. My thanks to its publisher, Jean-Luc Pons, for allowing me to reproduce it…Read More
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