"Imre Kinszki was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1901. He captured motion and speed, architecture, and city life. In 1937, together with Erno Vadas and Gusztáv Seiden, he co-founded the Modern Hungarian Photographers Group. His photographs and articles appeared in American Photography and National Geographic.  In 1943, during the Second World War, he was sent to forced labor camps in Romania and Hungary. He died on the way to Sachsenhausen concentration camp in 1945."

Imre Kinszki Jewish Hungarian photographer, who captured motion and speed, architecture and city life, and died in transit to a concentration camp

Imre Kinszki

Michael Hoppen Gallery - Past Exhibitions - Made in Hungary - “mehr Kraft” 1938

imre kinszki, hungary/electricity 1930

imre kinszki, hungary/electricity 1930

Untitled (boat in waterway), Imre Kinszki, c. 1930, vintage gelatin silver print, 6 5/8 in. x 4 3/4 in. Currier Museum of Art.

Untitled (boat in waterway), Imre Kinszki, c. vintage gelatin silver print, 6 in. Currier Museum of Art.

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