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Saul Leiter (b. 1923) is one of those photographers who seek neither fame nor commercial success, despite their talent for imagemaking. Born in Pittsburgh, he spent the 1940s and 1950s in New York, in an intensely creative environment where ideas from Europe and America came together and intermingled. There he encountered Rothko and the Abstract Expressionists, and discovered street photography and the work of Cartier-Bresson. His mastery of color is displayed in unconventional cityscapes in which reflections, transparency, complex framing and mirroring effects are married to a very personal printing style, creating a unique urban view.
Saul Leiter (1923-2013) born in Pittsburgh, was a photographer and painter whose early work in the 1940s and 1950s made an important contribution to what came to be recognized as the New York school of photography.
Max Kozloff is an American art historian, art critic of modern art, and photographer. He has been art editor at The Nation and executive editor of Artforum.