Masters of Photography.
Narrated by Andre Kertész.
Camera Three Productions, Greenwich, CT, 1989.
This video documentary focuses on the life and work of Andre Kertész. It presents the artist "in his own words, explaining his pictures and sharing his memories--provincial life in Hungary, central Europe in the First World War, famous friends like Colette, Eisenstein, Chagall, and Mondrian, architectural details and the details of the poetry of human life. Kertész takes us through his archives, and out on the streets of New York to watch him shoot in his beloved Washington Square and in the medieval environment of the Cloisters. `I was born for photography,' he says. `I changed everything in my life for it. You only have one life. No hurry for me . . . I have the time.'"--the producer. 29 minutes, VHS.
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