Brassaï was one of the most outstanding members of the group of European and American photographers whose work, developed from the interwar period, recovered the conception of photography as a creative medium. His fascination with Paris, his light and his daily life made his photographs famous. Until September 2 in the Recoletos Room in Madrid.
The exhibition curated by Peter Galassi proposes a profound journey through the career of this famous photographer Brassaï born in Brassó, (Transylvania, Romania), who, during the interwar period, greatly enriched the potential of photography as a form of artistic expression.
The exhibition has the exceptional loan of the Estate Brassaï Succession (Paris) and other funds from some of the most important institutions and private collections of North American and European origin, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), The Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Musée National d'art mode...read more