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© Susan May Tell, André Kertész, with camera, chez lui, 1983

Susan May Tell's iconic portrait of André Kertész is included in an exhibition of his photographs, "Converging Journeys in the Modernist Age," at Madelyn Jordon Fine Art. André selected this portrait, taken during one of Susan's visits, for the frontispiece of his 1985 autobiography, Kertész on Kertész. It was also used in The New York Times for his obituary. The current exhibition also includes paintings by Kertész's friend and fellow Hungarian, Theodore Fried.

To see all the images in the exhibition, please go to: http://ow.ly/r1C9b

Exhibition: Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
37 Popham Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583
November 12 - December 28, 2013
© Susan May Tell, Wilkinsburg Reflected, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, 2012

"Looking at Appalachia" published Susan May Tell's fine art series SEEN AND FELT: APPALACHIA 2012. The photographs and Susan’s essay currently headline Roger May’s (no relation) critically acclaimed "Walk Your Camera" blog. The blog features the best contemporary fine art and documentary projects photographed in Appalachia.

Susan traveled 4,000 miles through rural Appalachia shooting Tri-X film in her Leica.

To read the essay and see the photographs, please go to: http://ow.ly/r7sDa

© Susan May Tell, Man at Windows on the World, WTC, NYC, 1978

Susan May Tell's work has been added to Art Photo Index (API), a vetted "visual index of important art and documentary photographers" for curators, gallery directors, and collectors.

To view Susan's profile, please go to http://ow.ly/r7t18 and click "continue"