three visual haikus

Today is one of those gloriously slow, beautiful fall days. I pulled out this little book on Hungarian photographer Andre Kertesz that I haven't looked at in ages! I thought I would share these three photographs that I adore. They are poetic--quietly meditative and almost lonely in feeling. I love how modern his sense of composition and texture was, back in the 20s. Read more about Kertesz's incredible work and life here.
chez mondrian, paris, 1926
pavement, paris, 1929
lost cloud, new york, 1937

1 comment:

Sanna said...

I really, really like the second photo. :)