André Kertész.
A Lifetime of Perception.

Photographs by André Kertész. Introduction by Ben Lifson. Photographs edited by Jane Corkin.
Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1982. 259 pp., 10½x11½".

This retrospective monograph explores Kertész's seventy-year involvement with photography. Included are early photographs from Hungary and Paris, forty images from the past decade, and sixty images never before published. Kertész' subjects range from still lifes to portraits, landscapes, cityscapes, and scenes of World War I. An insightful look into this photographer's artistic development and his humorous, poetic view of life and photography.

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