Imre Kinszki

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Imre Kinszki (1901–1945) was a Jewish-Hungarian photographer.[1][2][3][4]


Imre Kinszki was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1901.[1] He captured motion and speed, architecture, and city life.[2] 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.[3]

In 1943, during the Second World War, he was sent to forced labor camps in Romania and Hungary.[1][2] He died on the way to Sachsenhausen concentration camp in 1945.[1][3]