Mondrian's Studio, Paris

André Kertész American, born Hungary

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Immersed in the artistic life of Paris, where he moved from Hungary in 1925, Kertész blended Cubist and Surrealist influences with a photojournalistic approach imbued with his own lyrical vision. His series of photographs of Mondrian and the painter's studio are exceptional for their balanced, abstract rigor, and radiant calm-the very qualities of the contemporary work of this most spiritual of painters.

Mondrian's Studio, Paris, André Kertész (American (born Hungary), Budapest 1894–1985 New York), Gelatin silver print

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