About the Book
In the late 1970s, photographer André Kertész was living a parallel narrative. Old age and isolation—his wife had recently passed—left him looking through the window of his New York apartment, a story he told through Polaroid pictures and his 1981 book, From My Window.
Separated by forty years, Firman draws on Kertész’s work in his own search for beauty in the face of loss.
Features & Details
David Firman has participated in solo and group shows across Canada and in Europe. His work is represented in several collections including the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography (Ottawa) and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal). For further information, visit www.firmangallery.com