Moody Monday

André Kertész photography

After being inspired at the Royal Academy of Art’s Eyewitness Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century exhibition, I thought I’d feature a few favourite images by Hungarian photographer André Kertész. Full of atmosphere, Kertész was truly a pioneer of mood and moment in early fine art photography. I don’t know if any of them were taken on a Monday…you never know.

André Kertész photography - Satiric dancer (1926)

André Kertész photography - Place de la Concorde (1928)

André Kertész photography - Place Gambetta

André Kertész photography

2 comments

  1. yes, André Kertész, he was great!

  2. i like the last 3 ones~!

    the flood was coming in

    but the pedestrians still walk their way to work
    and the lamppost still stand

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