Henri Cartier-Bresson at the MoMA

• 31 March 2010






















Henri Cartier-Bresson, "Brie" 1968

I first spotted Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographs at an exhibition in Florence, Italy. I was a student at the time, studying Art History, and experiencing cathedral/stained glass/fresco overload. I craved something more modern for a change, and after spotting a poster around town advertising a Cartier-Bresson exhibition, I knew I needed to stop by. When I walked into the gallery, I remember immediately falling in love with his images.

So lucky New Yorkers (or visitors!) listen up...Henri Cartier-Bresson will be featured in an exhibition at the MoMA in just under two weeks. I hope you have the chance to attend! You can find more details here.





















Henri Cartier-Bresson. "Juvisy, France". 1938

5 comments:

Ashley Thalman said...

Well yes, those are amazing aren't they?

Jeanette said...

Yes, yes and yes! His images are one of the reasons I majored in photography - I love his work. This is yet another reason I'm jealous of everyone living in NY!

Jackie N said...

Wow, so beautiful.

Vicki's Bit-o-earth said...

Love his images... also one reason I majored in photography. Wish I was close enough to enjoy this exhibit!

country girl said...

Congratulations on your fourth pregnancy, what a blessing! Wishing you a happy and healthy pregnancy.
xo

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