Paris, 1929, André Kertész, (American, b. Hungary, 1848–1985), gelatin silver photograph mounted on board. Adolph D. and Wilkins C. Williams Fund © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Cost: Free, no tickets required

3 in 30: André Kertész

with Frank Saunders, Administrative Assistant for the Studio School and Photography Collection Educator

Tue, Jun 7, 11–11:30 am & Thu, Jun 9, 6:30–7 pm

Meet at Visitor Services Desk

Hungarian born photographer André Kertész was a renowned flaneur, an idle but observant man of the street. His street photographs, interiors and portraits are poetic and timeless, making him arguably one of the greatest photographers of everyday life. This 3 in 30 will explore the visual language that makes his images so universally appealing.