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Fotó-kalendárium – Brassaï (1899-1984)

A mai napon született Halász Gyula, akit ma már Brassaï néven ismernek a fotóművészet kedvelői. Mo...

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Brassai (1899-1984) - 1940 Paris Rooftops during Blackout

Gyula (Jules) Halász (the Western order of his name) was born in Brassó, Transsylvania, Kingdom of Hungary (since 1920 Brașov, Romania), to an Armenian mother and a Hungarian father. He grew up speaking Hungarian.[2] When he was three, his family lived in Paris for a year, while his father, a professor of French literature, taught at the Sorbonne. As a young man, Gyula Halász studied painting and sculpture at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts (Magyar Képzomuvészeti Egyetem) in Budapest. He…

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Richard Britell July 6, 2012 332. Her first owner was not the the one who used to measure out her oil with a coffee spoon, but whomever it was, she did not recollect because she did not develop consciousness until she was about five, and had changed owners twice already. What she knew of her childhood came from the comments of a fortune telling gypsy. 333. She had a serious illness when she was three and was hospitalized for many months, and spent several weeks dismantled and on a lift in a…

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Photographer Profile ~ Brassaï

Brassaï was the pseudonym of Gyula Halász (1899-1984), a Parisian photographer considered by all as one of the great photographers of the 20th century. Brassai took his name from the town of his birth, Brasso, in Transylvania, then part of Hungary, later of Roumania, and famous as the home of Count Dracula. He studied art at the academies of Budapest and Berlin before coming to Paris in the mid-twenties. He was completely disinterested in photography, if not scornful of it, until he saw the…

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Welcoming the Parisian Winter Nights with Brassai

With the nights in Paris getting longer, the trees looking more naked and the cobblestones glistening with rainwater, I can't help but be reminded of Brassai's Paris de Nuit. The Transylvania-born photographer came to city of light in the 1920s to capture its notorious creatures of the night and wha