André KERTESZ - The Paris Mediterranean route, 1931

This beautiful "vintage" book, printed in gravure printing, includes 96 black and white photographs including 38 by Germaine Krull, 10 by André Kertész, 4 by Blanc et Demilly, 3 by Sougez, 1 by Moï Veir and 40 by various other photographers. or agencies. In accordance with the order, Germaine Krull took many photos on the road, sitting on the open top of her vehicle as well as various monuments or landscapes, the ports of Marseille or Toulon and the beaches of the Mediterranean but also a flock of sheep. and his shepherd standing in the way of the vehicle on the road. The angle of view is often off-center, top-down or low-angle views are frequent as are blurred close-ups - characteristic of this modernist and non-conformist “new vision” in which Germaine Krull participates, thus marking this period of photographic art (cf. (Michel Frizot, Germaine Krull, Hazan / Jeu de Paume, 2015). Wiser, Kertész reveals himself here as a remarkable landscape painter and also seems fascinated by bridges and aqueducts (photo 2) and Moï Veir expresses the incessant activity of Paris with its workers superimposed (photo1) 96 black and white photographs reproduced in photogravure, introductory text by the writer Paul Morand.

Year: 1931

French language

Editor: Firmin-Didot

Condition: Good

Edition: 1st Edition

Binding: Softcover without dust jacket

Format : 20 x 25 cm

Number of pages: [24] + 96 p.

Price: EUR 120

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