Cartier-Bresson



Henri [ahn-ree] /ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA), 1908–2004, French photographer.
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The Paris in which Cartier-Bresson came of age was undergoing rapid industrial change and, also, dizzying artistic foment.
The Father of Photojournalism Philip Gefter April 7, 2010

In the post-war days of February 1947, Cartier-Bresson had his first institutional retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.
The True Henri Cartier-Bresson Sarah Moroz February 12, 2014

For a story about the coronation of King George VI in 1935, Cartier-Bresson rather notably took zero pictures of the monarch.
The True Henri Cartier-Bresson Sarah Moroz February 12, 2014

In 1954, Cartier-Bresson was the first Western reporter allowed into the USSR since 1947.
The True Henri Cartier-Bresson Sarah Moroz February 12, 2014

Several years later, riding the Fifth Avenue bus in New York, he spotted Cartier-Bresson walking down the street.
Bruce Davidson’s True Grit Philip Gefter November 4, 2009

Cartier-Bresson died in Provence in 2004, but this anniversary show reinforces that he is as substantial a presence as ever.
The True Henri Cartier-Bresson Sarah Moroz February 12, 2014

Cartier-Bresson grew up in a fashionable part of Paris and spent his childhood visiting one family chateau or another.
The Father of Photojournalism Philip Gefter April 7, 2010

In 1948, Cartier-Bresson was in India and visited Gandhi moments before he died.
The Father of Photojournalism Philip Gefter April 7, 2010

During World War II, Cartier-Bresson spent three years in German labor camp.
The Father of Photojournalism Philip Gefter April 7, 2010

To say that Cartier-Bresson was a photojournalist does not take into full account the scope of his ambition or his background.
The Father of Photojournalism Philip Gefter April 7, 2010

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Henri (ɑ̃ri). 1908–2004, French photographer

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