Cartier-Bresson


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Car·tier-Bres·son

 (kär-tyā′brĕ-sôN′), Henri 1908-2004.
French photographer noted for his black-and-white documentary photographs of daily life.

Cartier-Bresson

(French kartjebrɛsɔ̃)
n
(Biography) Henri (ɑ̃ri). 1908–2004, French photographer

Car•tier-Bres•son

(kɑrˈtyeɪ brɛˈsɔ̃)

n.
Henri, born 1908, French photographer.
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A certain number of Cartier-Bresson's first works are simply about the arresting of a motion that could not be held, as in the famous shot of a man leaping a puddle behind the Gare St.
Most offerings will be 20th-century photographs, with better-known works by Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andre Kertesz, and Edward Weston.
The radioactive orange of smoggy LA sunsets, the pearly sea green of a freshly waxed Chevrolet: Just a few pages into HARRY GRUYAERT: EAST/WEST (Thames & Hudson, $65), readers will be thankful that the Belgian-born photographer disagreed with his famous colleague Henri Cartier-Bresson, who thought color in photographs was "disgusting." Gruyaert, in step with his American counterparts William Eggleston and Stephen Shore, built an aesthetic from saturated hues, embracing an adinfluenced color palette.
IN THE WINTER OF 1947, A YOUNG AND COMPARATIVELY UNKNOWN FRENCH photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) held his first solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and co-founded what would become the internationally renowned photography cooperative Magnum Photos.
The diverse collection includes leading 20th and 21st-century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Eve Arnold, Sergio Larrain, Bill Brandt, Martine Franck, Bruce Davidson and Martin Parr, through to emerging photographers such as Bieke Depoorter, Clementine Schneidermann and Diana Markosian.
In doing so, experts say, the Magnum has assembled a significant and diverse collection that includes leading 20th and 21st century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Eve Arnold, Sergio Larrain, Bill Brandt, Martine Franck, Bruce Davidson and Martin Parr, through to emerging photographers such as Bieke Depoorter, Clementine Schneidermann and Diana Markosian.
Entre los autores de las fotos se encuentran Abbas, Jorge Acevedo, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Carlos Blanco, Hugo Brehme, Andres Carretero, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Rogelio Cuellar, Rafael Doniz, Hector Garcia, Romualdo Garcia, Flor Garduno, Tony Gleaton, Maya Goded, Jonathan Hernandez, Graciela Iturbide, Sotero Constantino Jimenez, Guillermo Kahlo, Josef Koudelka, Jorge Lepez, Nacho Lopez, Mary Ellen Mark, Luis Marquez, Eniac Martinez, Pedro Meyer, Tina Modotti, Estanislao Ortiz, Aaron Perez Yescas, y Juan Rulfo.
Escenas repletas de un ambiente surrealista natural en calles de los anos treinta es lo que Henri Cartier-Bresson capto para conectarse con Mexico.
A major exhibit of Henri Cartier-Bresson is being held at the Centre Pompidou in Paris until 15 June, focusing on the two stories of the artist, his life as a painter and as a photographer.
His themes include the voyeur tendencies of photographers, the "decisive moment" of photography ideologue Henri Cartier-Bresson, and the rules of composition.
The first photograph on show is the most famous frame clicked by Robert Capa (a founder of Magnum, along with Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David Seymour), on June 6, 1944, when the first wave of American troops landed on France's Normandy Omaha Beach.
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sebastiao Salgado, Robert Flaherty, Man Ray and Alfred Steiglitz are among the famous photographers whose work is featured here, along with hundreds of less known practitioners.