Instant Views [o.] Reflections | Photos by Brassaï, 1931 – 1932

Brassai, Chez Suzy, 1932
Τhe Latin Quarter bordello in Paris called “Suzy”. Brassai says it “was one of the discreet houses
that guaranteed the anonymity of its guests. Even priests got in and out without being recognized.”
Brassai, Chez Suzy, 1931                                             Brassaï, At «Suzy’s», 1932
Brassaï, Lovers in a Cafe, Paris, 1932
Brassaï, Au Bal Musette, 1932                                                   Brassaï, Paris, 1932
Brassaï, Lovers in a Cafe, Paris, 1932

Brassaï, Group in Dance Hall, 1932
   Brassaï, Women dressing in front of mirror, 1930s
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BrassaïSelf portrait with Oskar Kokoschka and an unknown woman, 1931

Brassai, Salvador Dali and Gala, in their Paris apartment. Brassai, can be seen in the mirror, 1932.

Brassaï (Gyula Halász) was a Hungarian photographer, sculptor, and filmmaker who rose to international fame in France in the 20th century. In 1924, Brassaï moved to Paris to live, where he would stay for the rest of his life. To learn the French language, he began teaching himself by reading the works of Marcel Proust. Living among the gathering of young artists in the Montparnasse quarter, he took a job as a journalist…  []

  Gilberte Brassaï, Cannes, 1946

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