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André de Dienes, Nu au sol

André de Dienes Nu au sol, 1960

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Informations about this artwork
  • Medium

    Photography : argentic edition

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    11 x 13.8 inch

  • Support

    Photography on argentic paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • Offered by the gallery

    Paris - France

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Photo unique du photographe André de Dienes, 1960.
    Tirage argentique.
    Imprimé à la main et estampillée par l'artiste.
    Tirage unique d'époque.
    Certificat par le curateur d'André de Dienes.
    Excellent état.
    Envoi soigné.

    André de Dienes est un photographe américano-hongrois surtout connu pour ses célèbres portraits de la jeune mannequin Norma Jean avant qu’elle ne devienne Marilyn Monroe. Le couple collabore pendant près de dix ans, créant les œuvres les plus célèbres du photographe et les images les plus marquantes de l’actrice. Né Andor György Ikafalvi-Dienes le 18 décembre 1913 à Turia en Transylvanie (désormais Roumanie), il travaille dans la presse éditoriale après avoir emménagé à Paris en 1933 pour étudier l’art. Il émigre aux États-Unis en 1938 et travaille pour Esquire, Vogue, Life et d’autres publications tout en témoignant des paysages de l’Ouest américain. Son travail sur les portraits de célébrités lui permet de financer ses expériences en photomontage et ses œuvres en beaux-arts. Dienes continue de photographier des nus après s’être installé Hollywood en Californie, où il meurt le 11 avril 1985 à l’âge de 71 ans.
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André de Dienes

Romania Born in: 1913

Andre Dienes was born in 1913 in Turia, Transylvania, today a part of Romania.

After his mother's tragic death, at the age of 15 he left for Europe by foot (a bit like what Brancusi would have done) and landed up in Tunisia and did odd jobs.

He bought his first Retina 35 mm camera and developed a taste for photography. He came to Paris in 1933. There were already well known people there like Brassai from Brasov and Charles Rado, these two created the Rapho agency. There were other Hungarian artists that one could re-discover throughout these talks. With his new camera, he started working for the Humanity newspaper and for the Associated Press.

His job led him to meet Edward Molyneux, a known CEO famous for Capitaine Molyneux perfumes and a suggestion to cross the Atlantic, to go and work for major fashion magazines like Vogue; Life, Esquire...

After many years, worthy of an extraordinary movie, he worked on a subject which made him dream as a child. The Indians. The Hopi, Navajos, Apaches, but also Harlem and the street.

In 1944, he settled down in Hollywood to do (glamor) studio photography: Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Fonda, Reagan, Liz Taylor...

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