by André Kertész, Le chien concierge, Paris, 1926
Andre Kertesz, Empire State Building in a Puddle, New York City, 1967 Thanks to tytusjaneta
Funny photography, pictures created by illusion. At first glance these images seem ordinary, yet on closer inspection you can see that each picture has a funny feature.
Pont des Arts, Paris (man reading between trees), 1963 - photo : André Kertész
André Kertész Chairs In Paris.
ndré Kertész, Washington Square, New York, 1959
André KERTÉSZ :: Le Chartier du Quartier Latin, Paris n. [Poet Endre Ady had breakfast often here, Kertész went on to visit places where Ady had lived. This material was published in a book by György Bölöni in
Chez Mondrian, 1926 by André Kertész
André Kertész, Untitled (still life), 1974 (vintage silver-gelatin print)
Andre Kertesz: Mondrian's Glasses and Pipe, The frequently used personal possessions of a famous painter, Mondrian. How does this begin to convey the owner's identity?
André Kertész - Disappearing Act, New York, 1955
André Kertész :: Ombres / Shadows, ca. 1932 more [+] by this photographer
King Salamon (Still Life), 1941 by André Kertész
Rainy Day, Tokyo by Andre Kertesz 1968
ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ Stairs of Montmarte, Paris, 1925 3 x 4 inch Silver Print Signed in pencil recto Dry-mounted on 12 x 9 inch paper
Andre Kertesz-the subject is simple yet with specific lighting creates an unique shape. The lighting creates tones of black and whites contrasting the subject with its background.
Young man seated near window, Martinique, 1972 Photograph: André Kertész