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André Kertész: the photographer’s photographer – in pictures

Henri Cartier-Bresson said: ‘Each time André Kertész’s shutter clicks, I feel his heart beating.’ Now, the Hungarian artist who pioneered photojournalism, influencing Cartier-Bresson and Brassaï, is back in the spotlight. To mark the 120th anniversary of his birth, France’s Artcurial is auctioning some of his most notable images – from a candid shot of Colette to a bricks-and-mortar view of the Eiffel Tower

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See more in The Guardian

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