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Kafka's Apartment

Tippi Hedren, 1962. Philippe Halsman. Gelatin... - Kafka's Apartment

Portrait of Tippi Hedren by Philippe Halsman for The birds directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1963

Tippi Hedren & Alfred Hitchcock

Tippi Hedren & Alfred Hitchcock during the filming of 'The Birds', 1963 - Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

Tippi Hedren and Alfred Hitchcock promoting ‘The Birds’, 1962.

Philippe Halsman, Portrait of Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren for The birds, 1962 © Philippe Halsman/Magnum Photos

Time makes us fly

Philippe Halsman - French poet, artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. “Dream of a Poet”. USA, New York City, 1949

Tippi Hedren, main actress in British film director Alfred Hitchcock's movie "The Birds", 1962, by Philippe Halsman

Philippe Halsman Tippi Hedren, main actress in British film director Alfred Hitchcock's movie "The Birds", 1962 Magnum Photos

Edward Hopper.  Hopper first began painting the effects of sunlight as a young art student in Paris, and this interest continued throughout his career. As a mature artist, he lived and worked in New York City. Hopper had a way of communicating his inner life...feelings of despair and desolation, as well as his sense of beauty...finding them in the buildings and objects he painted. He filled empty rooms with the mystery of existence and his own spirit.

Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper, 1948 (photo by Berenice Abbott) was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. While he was most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching.