Normal view MARC view ISBD view

André Kertész : Paris, Autumn 1963 / introduction by Matthieu Rivallin ; translated from the French by David Radzinowicz.

By: Kertész, André [photographer.].
Contributor(s): Rivallin, Matthieu [writer of introduction.] | Radzinowicz, David [translator.] | Kertész, André. Selections. Works.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Paris : Flammarion ; 2013Edition: English-language edition.Description: 15 pages, 64 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9782080201553.Other title: Paris, Autumn 1963 | Paris, Autumn nineteen sixty three.Uniform titles: André Kertész. English Subject(s): Kertész, André | Photography, Artistic | Paris (France) -- Pictorial worksLOC classification: TR 647 | .K547 2013Summary: "In October 1963, photographer André Kertész returned to Paris, almost thirty years after his emigration to the United States, for a retrospective of his work held at the Biblioth̀eque Nationale. Over a period of two and a half months, he devoted his days to photographing the ephemeral autumnal beauty of Paris--from Montmartre, Notre-Dame, and the Jardins du Luxembourg, to the Canal Saint-Martin and the banks of the Seine. Through the lens of his Leica camera, he produced more than 1,500 negatives and 313 color slides, From this wealth of images, he selected fifty-nine of his best photographs and crafted them into a ferroprussiate process blueprint for a book. This exceptional body of work remained unpublished during his lifetime but is reproduced here in its complete form for the first time, as the photographer intended"--Jacket.
    average rating: 0.0 (0 votes)
Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode
Books Books Vitali Hakko Kreatif Endüstriler Kütüphanesi
TR 647 .K547 2013 (Browse shelf) Available 011980

"The book mock-up for Paris, Autumn 1963 presented in these pages comes from the Donation André Kertész, today held in the Médisthèque de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris. The present volume is issued in the same format as the original dummy book and is composed of fifty-nine photographs printed on blue ferroprussiate paper"--Page 2.

"Simultaneously published in French as: André Kertész : Paris, automne 1963. Paris : Flammarion, 2013"--Colophon.

Includes bibliographical references (page 13).

"In October 1963, photographer André Kertész returned to Paris, almost thirty years after his emigration to the United States, for a retrospective of his work held at the Biblioth̀eque Nationale. Over a period of two and a half months, he devoted his days to photographing the ephemeral autumnal beauty of Paris--from Montmartre, Notre-Dame, and the Jardins du Luxembourg, to the Canal Saint-Martin and the banks of the Seine. Through the lens of his Leica camera, he produced more than 1,500 negatives and 313 color slides, From this wealth of images, he selected fifty-nine of his best photographs and crafted them into a ferroprussiate process blueprint for a book. This exceptional body of work remained unpublished during his lifetime but is reproduced here in its complete form for the first time, as the photographer intended"--Jacket.

Kuşbakışı Cad. No:35, 34662
Nakkaştepe
Üsküdar, İstanbul

Çalışma Saatleri:
Pazartesi - Cuma
10:00 ile 17:00 arası

Ziyaret etmek için kutuphane@vakko.com.tr adresine e-posta gönderebilir ya da 0216 554 08 54 numaralı telefonu arayarak randevu talebinde bulunabilirsiniz.