Comrade Cartier-Bresson: the great photographer revealed as a communist The subtitle of the Pompidou Centre's retrospective of the 20th century's best-known photographer could be: Almost Everything You Know About Henri Cartier-Bresson is Wrong. Or, at least, Long Overdue a Rethink.
Cartier-Bresson, el retrato de un siglo Vivió 96 años, entre 1908 y 2004, recorrió varias veces el mundo con su Leica y combatió en primera línea por el surrealismo, el comunismo y el reporterismo. Además de fotógrafo, Henri Cartier-Bresson fue pintor y dibujante, cineasta y actor ocasional, reportero de hielo y militante de fuego, poeta, antropólogo y emprendedor. Antes y después de cofundar la Agencia Magnum en 1947, retrató a los miserables y a los olvidados, a sus mujeres y sus amigos, guerras y revoluciones, el inconsciente y el fugaz instante decisivo.
Henri Cartier-Bresson on the App Store on iTunes Description À l’occasion de la rétrospective Henri Cartier-Bresson, du 12 février au 9 juin 2014, le Centre Pompidou proposeune application d’une grande richesse artistique et documentaire, fruit d’un partenariat inédit avec la Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Magnum Photos et Le Monde.
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HENRI CARTIER BRESSON (August 22, 1908 – August 3, 2004) Thinking should be done beforehand and afterwards never while actually taking a photograph. HENRI CARTIER BRESSON – INTRODUCTION 1952
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Henri Cartier-Bresson: Vélodrome D’Hiver It’s almost unthinkable that any of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photographs could ever have gone unpublished. The father of modern photojournalism had such a natural and easy understanding of his craft that all of his images offer the viewer snippets of an intriguing story – a slice of everyday narrative – rendered with the kind of precision that hoards of photographers since have sought to mimic. But in fact this is not the case. Until this month his sensational shots of the Vélodrome D’Hiver, from Paris 1957, have been lost to all but the most privileged eyes at Magnum. Incredible unpublished Henri Cartier-Bresson shots appear in the latest Rouleur
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Rare Cartier-Bresson prints revealed Rare signed photos by photography legend Henri Cartier-Bresson – who gave them to a Paris printer he used for 30 years – are set to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. Picture credit: Henri Cartier-Bresson, courtesy Christie's New York Cartier-Bresson gifted the images to Voja Mitrovic, a printer who worked at the Picto photo lab in Paris, in recognition of him being one of the best printers of his work. Mitrovic, an immigrant from the former Yugoslavia, had become friends with the photographer within months of him starting work at the lab in 1967. The prints are due to be sold at Christie's in New York on 4 and 5 October.
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