'You couldn't build a city like New York in good taste,' Rudy Burckhardt—photographer, filmmaker, painter—observed in 1994 of the hometown he'd adopted some six decades earlier. That was, in large measure, what he liked about it. Of the countless bohemians who've fallen in love with New York, Burckhardt's feeling for the metropolis that inspired his greatest work is marked by lightness—passion masquerading... More >>>
Estate of Rudy Burckhardt and the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Old Golds and Il Duce: Burckhardt tracks the news, 1939.