Art & Photography Monday: Henri Cartier-Bresson

If you’re in Chicago anytime from now until October 3rd you should check out the Art Institute of Chicago’s exhibition of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s work (organized by the MoMA in NYC).  With over 300 images, it’s the largest exhibition of his work in 30 years.  His work is some of the most influential in the history of photography.  If you’re not going to be in Chicago, then I suggest you take a few minutes today to check out his work here.  It’s nice to reflect on the work of the masters and be transported back to as early as the 1930’s before going back to typing on our iPads and reading from our Kindles.


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