André Kertész's everyday poetry – in pictures

André Kertész began taking photographs in his native Hungary in 1912, before moving to Paris and then New York, where he lived for almost 50 years. A pioneer of the photographic artform, he was a contemporary of Mondrian and Chagall, though his work was not determined by prevailing schools or styles. Instead, his poetic approach to scenes of everyday life offers a new perspective on reality.

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