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

(Paris: Bookking International Paris, 1992).

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. Item #29341

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.

Price: $100.00