Henri Cartier-Bresson & Helen Levitt – Mexique Mexico
152 pages, 23 x 27.5 cm , 922 g.
Henri Cartier-Bresson & Helen Levitt – Mexique Mexico
Including VAT, plus Shipping
Transit time: 2 to 6 business days (worldwide)
The publication presents an original dialogue between the Mexican photographs of Helen Levitt and those of Henri Cartier?Bresson . The two photographers first met in New York in the spring of 1935. Cartier?Bresson had just spent a year in Mexico, while the American had only just started photographing the theater of New York street life. In 1941, fascinated by Cartier?Bresson's work, Levitt decided to visit the same destination. The two voyages to Mexico turned out to be pivotal points at the beginning of their long careers, during which the two photographers each forged their own respective conceptions of photography
EditorThomas Zander
PublisherWalther König
LanguageEnglish, French
Author(s)Anne Bertrand, Joshua Chuang
ContributorsAgnès Sire, Clément Cheroux
Type of bookExhib'publication
Museum / PlaceFondation Henri Cartier-Bresson
Article IDart-60495


Other books with these keywords:

1919 – 1953
The WPA National Research Project Photographs, 1936-37
€40.00 €15.00  
Un autre Robert Doisenau
€38.00 €10.00  
€65.00 €29.95  
60 Fotos deutscher Menschen
Road Trips USA
€45.00 €25.00  
€49.90 €19.90  
1970 - 1983
Fotografin zwischen Krieg und Glamour