André Kertész: His Life and Work.

Photographs by André Kertész. Text by Pierre Borhan. Essays by László Beke, Dominique Baqué, and Jane Livingston.
Bulfinch Press, Boston, 1994. 368 pp., 350 black-and-white and color illustrations, 9½x12¼".

This important book presents the most comprehensive retrospective ever undertaken of Kertesz's works. The first book ever to follow all three of his major creative periods--Hungary (1912-1925), France (1925-1936), and the United States (1936-1985)--it also includes chapters devoted to his nudes, entitled "Distortions," and his work in color.

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