For those photography-lovers out there who missed the Henri Cartier-Bresson retrospective this year a MoMA, rest assured. Many images from the exhibit of 300 images, is online at the MoMA website!
I missed the exhibit, too. Fortunately we can all enjoy Cartier-Bresson's striking black and white photos taken during his travels though Asia, Europe and the US. The images are arranged by theme and by chronology, along with brief descriptions.
Sure, looking at images onine from the comfort of your sofa and bag of chips is nothing like looking at a real print in a museum. But don't let that stop you.
Click here for the exhibit on the MoMA website.
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