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Barracks of the 36th Imperial-Royal Landwehr Infantry Regiment Kaserne des K. K. Landwehr Infanterie Regiment Nr. 36

Jurij Skrumeljak St., Kolomija (Kolomea), Ukraine, February 2017 | Nokia Asha 200.

Barracks of the 36th Imperial-Royal Landwehr Infantry Regiment Kaserne des K. K. Landwehr Infanterie Regiment Nr. 36

Kolomyia (Kolomea), Ukraine, June 2016 | Nokia Asha 200.

Azt hiszem, ha a jó isten olykor rászánja magát, hogy letekintsen Budapestre, csak korán reggel teszi meg, máskor bizony nem isteneknek való látvány.

18. oldal, Az utca reggel (Noran, 2011)  Lux Terka: Budapest Schneider Fáni regénye

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André Kertész

July 2 1894- September 28 1985

Hungarian Photographer

Kertész began his career having his work published in magazines. He briefly served in World War 1 before he moved to Paris in 1925, where he worked for Frances first illustrated magazine called VU. Due to the threat of World War 2 and persecution of Jews, Kertész moved to the United States in 1936. Between 1940-1950, he stopped working for magazines as he began to achieve international success.

Depending on where he was working, over the years his career was divided into four periods; Hungarian period, French period, American period and international period.

Images:

1- Sleeping Boy, Budapest, 1912

2- Bocksay-Ter, Hungary, 1914

3- Budafok, Hungary, 1919

4- Circus, Budapest, 1920

5- Fork, Paris, 1928

6- Broken Plate, 1929

7- After School in the Tuileries Paris, 1930

8- Central Park Boat Basin, New York, 1944

9- New York, 1962

10- Man Reading between Two Trees, 1963