BRASSAÏ MUSEUM EXHIBITION
A hypothetical exhibition at The MOMA of selected photographs by photographer, Brassaï (1899-1984).
The exhibition features Brassaï's finest works from his collection of late-night photography in Paris. Known as “a living eye”, Brassaï observed steadily and captured the realest and most undiscovered details of the city, resulting in an impressive and novel body of work. The exhibition collateral was designed with simplicity and contrast in mind in order to best showcase Brassaï's work and to harmonize with his photographic aesthetic.
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