Now and then a great book comes along that perfectly captures the artist in question. This the the perfect book for this genius artist of our time.
Discoveries: Henri Cartier-Bresson Author: Clément Chéroux
Explore the fine work of the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, thought of as the creator of photojournalism, they used the camera over six decades to capture various human behaviour and to produce some of the most memorable and fascinating photographs to ever be documented. The images are awe inspiring.
Many people think Henri Cartier-Bresson is the greatest photographer of the Twentieth Century. I cannot remember anyone who has produced so many iconic images. Once you see them it’s hard to forget. “Discoveries: Henri Cartier-Bresson” is an amazing introduction to their great work. This book’s paperback size and packed with many of his greatest images.Even the parer itself feels like fine, artistic quality paper.
The biographical chapters follow Caertier-Bresson’s career and life. This work is a super value and hopefully will show the life and work of one of the Twentieth Century’s greatest artists. This work is highly recommended. It gives the viewer the full range of experiences of the artist, and nothing is left wanting after turning the final page.
Henri Cartier-Bresson was born in Antwerp in 1938, and grew up in Switzerland and England. Soon after their study in art history, the worldwide traveller began working as a photographer in the late 1960s. Henri was very involved in creating the Viva photography agency in 1972 and became an active member of Magnum Photos in 1983.Their art has touched everyone who has viewed it on a deep and meaningful level. They are among the greats.
The world is a much better place as a result of their amazing work.