Exhibition: Kati Horna
Kati Horna is a pioneer in photojournalism. Like many artists in the 1930s, she ran away from Hungarian conflicts and took refuge in Berlin. In 1937, on request of the republican government, she made an album on Spanish civil war. Her photos are a m ix of realistic chronicle and visual experimentation inspired by surrealism. The Jeu de Paume exhibition presents 200 photographs taken in Budapest, Berlin, Paris, Spain and Mexico.
Exhibition: "Kati Horna", from June 3rd to September 21st 2014.
Open Wednesday - Sunday from 11am to 7pm. Late opening on Tuesday until 9pm.
Full rate: €8.50 / €5.50 for the under-25s, students and over-60s / Free for the under-10s.
Untitled "Hitlerei" series, in collaboration with Wolfgang Burger, Paris,
1937 Kati Horna Silver gelatine print, 16,8 x 12 cm.
Archivo Privado de Fotografía y Gráfica Kati y José Horna.
Photo credit: © 2005 Ana María Norah Horna y Fernández
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