‘There’s nothing quite like them’: Saul Leiter’s photos and paintings

Curator Anne Morin writes: ‘This ambidextrous painter and photographer recognised no limits. If, in the silence of his studio, his movement inscribed on paper imperceptible little rhythmic abbreviations, like an everyday exercise, his gaze penetrated the tumult of the city, challenging what draws the eye and scrutinising what is not seen’

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