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‎Kertesz Andre‎

‎KERTÉSZ ON KERTÉSZ A SELF PORTRAIT Photos and Text by André Kertész. Introduction by Peter Adam‎

‎New York: Abbeville Press. First American edition. With nearly 100 photographs selected by the artist and provided with very interesting and personal captions. 4to publisher's original bright blue cloth lettered in blind on the upper cover and on the spine in yellow-silver in the original dustjacket with photograph to the upper cover. 120 pp. A very fine copy as pristine a neat gift inscription on the front blank fly. FIRST EDITION OF THE VERY FINE ABBEVILLE PRESS EDITION OF THE ARTIST'S 'SELF PORTRAIT' IN WORDS AND PHOTOS. "This combination of revealing often charming text and sparkling duotone reproductions forms a unique 120-page self-portrait of the man and artist." Selected photos first come from the artist early days in Hungary then from the French Period and finally from the New York photographs. Abbeville Press hardcover‎

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‎Kertesz Andre‎

‎KERTÉSZ ON KERTÉSZ A SELF PORTRAIT Photos and Text by André Kertész. Introduction by Peter Adam‎

‎New York: Abbeville Press 1985. First Edition and the Special Edition to commemorate the retrospective exhibition ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ at the International Center of Photography May-June 1985 New York City. With nearly 100 photographs selected by the artist and provided with very interesting and personal captions. 4to publisher's original bright blue cloth lettered in blind on the upper cover and on the spine in yellow-silver in the original dustjacket with photograph to the upper cover. 120 pp. A very fine copy essentially as pristine. FIRST OF THE VERY FINE ABBEVILLE PRESS EDITION TO COMMEMORATE THE ARTIST'S RETROSPECTIVE. "This combination of revealing often charming text and sparkling duotone reproductions forms a unique 120-page self-portrait of the man and artist." Selected photos first come from the artist early days in Hungary then from the French Period and finally from the New York photographs. In all over 60 years of his career are represented here. Abbeville Press hardcover‎

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‎Photography; Kertesz Andre‎

‎ANDRE KERTESZ Les Instants d'une Vie Traducion: Florence Curt‎

‎Paris: Bookking International Paris 1992. First Edition of the French language issue originally published in English under the title "A Lifetime of Perception". With 160 of Kertesz striking black and white photographs beautifully reproduced on fine glossy paper this is ten more photos than were in the American edition. Square 4to publisher's original charcoal gray cloth boldly lettered on the upper cover and spine in silver and in the original dustjacket. 160 pp. A very fine copy as pristine the book and dustjacket beautifully preserved. FIRST EDITION FRENCH ISSUE. A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF ANDRE KERTESZ PHOTOGRAPHY. This unique retrospective volume celebrates the seventy years of Kertesz' photographic career from his youth in his native Hungary through an exciting and fruitful decade in Paris to his American period in Greenwich Village where he lived for over forty-five years. It presents 160 insightful and penetrating images. While the subjects of his images are varied ranging from portraits and scenes of World War I to still-life photographs landscapes and cityscapes Kertesz' personal poetic style remains constant. Bookking International Paris hardcover‎

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‎Photography Aperture; Kertesz Andre‎

‎ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ With an Essay by Carole Kismaric‎

‎New York: Aperture Foundation Inc. 1993. First edition Aperture Masters of Photography Series Number 11. The first printing with the error on the title-page with the publisher's patch correcting it. With 43 finely reproduced full-page black and white photographs by André Kertész the images are on the rectos only and printed on fine glossy paper. Square 8vo publisher's original black cloth with silver lettering on the spine in the original dustjacket which features a 1930 Kertész photograph of Colette on the upper cover. 96pp. A very fine copy essentially as new. FIRST EDITION AND A WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ'S PHOTOS. The selection is mostly from the 1920's and 1930's but also includes examples of his works from the 1940's 1950's and 1970's. Many of the examples are from the French Period of the artist's career. Along with Ms. Kismaric's fine essay this collection also includes a brief biographical chronology a list of the artist's major exhibitions over a period of 60 years and a select bibliography.<br> Kertész's work itself is often described as predominantly utilizing light. Kertész himself said that "I write with light". He was never considered to "comment" on his subjects but rather capture them. This is often cited as why his work is often overlooked; he stuck to no political agenda and offered no deeper thought to his photographs other than the simplicity of life. With his art's intimate feeling and nostalgic tone Kertész's images allude to a sense of timelessness. Aperture Foundation Inc. hardcover‎

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