Le Corbusier by Lucien Hervé
In 1949 the photographer Lucien Hervé took photographs of Unité d’Habitation, an innovative apartment building in Marseille. He sent them to the building’s architect, Le Corbusier, who immediately realized that after forty years of searching he had finally found a photographer with an ‘architect’s soul’.
Lucien Hervé (born László Elkán in 1910 Hungary and died in 2007 in Paris) was a French photographer of Hungarian origin, notable for his architectural photography, beginning with his work for Le Corbusier.
Exhibition in Keitelman Gallery, 44 rue Van Eyck, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.