André Kertész
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André Kertész (1894-–1985) was born in Austria-Hungary. In 1912, he bought his first camera and made his first photographs while working as a clerk at the Budapest stock exchange. In 1925 he moved to Paris, where he worked as a freelance photo journalist. Immigrating to the United States in 1936, he settled in New York, where he earned his living photographing architecture and interiors for magazines such as House and Garden.
Magazines
Nauru
SCHNAPPVIECHER
The contemporary condition
Orange mecanique
"I’m an outsider"
Spacecraft
Josef Sudek
Mirrors
Charles Negre
constructing meaning in 3 steps
Iraq
The 2015 best of penccil
The Other Side
Oskar Schlemmer: Das Triadische Ballett
Spatial Objects
picking figs in the ˚̥̞̞̽̽ͯ garden while my world eats Itself
CHROMAesthesiae
Hello Winter
Ankara: From pioneering modernism to revivalist mimicry
UN_NATURAL BESTIARY
ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN
Behind the walls
Lo Zuavo Scomparso
Forward Retreat
Technological Exaptation
Faces of the 17th century
Parisian Still Lifes
Volkswagen Jetta
Inside is Out - Outside is In
Aeronauts
Ramona Rosales Portraits
Memory & Form
Low Tech
BRANCHES & TREES
White Rooms
Dominik Tarabanski
New York by Louis Faurer
The Long River
Things As They Are
It Must Be Beautiful
Jean Arp: Randomness
Ginzburg and Milinis: Narkomfin
Seventies Portraits
Aroma della Vita
Time Bandits
Simon Vahala ....things that simply just happen
Muhamma
Hotel Metropole
The ghost of Vasco Da Gama
21 Stories
Thai Culinarium
Cope: Product
Cope: Architecture
Seen and remembered
Postcards from Miami
Brasilia, Brazil
The medium is the message
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
Deutschland
Supercenter disruptions
related projects
Writing & Design
Writing & Design
Writing & Design
Hoi An
worlds of planet earth
life in color
Painted by Time
penccil: This was 2017
Wayne Sorce: Urban Color
The wall
Swiernalis
American Food
Memphis Posters
A Flat Named Desire
Just Before Paradise
Food Architecture
Kippenberger
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Expression/Information
Total Automation
German Art since 1960
Franz De Lacroix
Brazil Modernism
Peter Zumthor: Thinking Architecture
Struth: Nature & Politics
Obsolete Distinction
Liqen
L’ITALIA CI GUARDIA
Design & Politics
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
Memories of Ruins: Rebecca Bathory
Toshio Onda
Rayan Ayash
Áron Jancsó
Palmyra, End of March, 2016
The end of history - La fin de l´histoire
Tamara
Blast
Man. Kiki. Lee.
Conformity
Bubble
Uncanny Bodies
Trees in Winter
Woman. Black. White.
Alain Georges Frank Jacquet
Observatoires
Palatial Eliasson
101 x 101