Rogi André (born Rozsa Klein, 1900–1970) was a Hungarian photographer and artist.
Rozsa Klein was born in 1900.
André produced a series of portraits of personalities in the arts during starting in the 1930s. Several are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. They include Fernand Léger, Florent Fels, Alberto Giacometti, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Joan Miró, Jacques Lipchitz, and also André Derain, with a 1939 print of his portrait being held by London's National Portrait Gallery. In 1937, she photographed Dora Maar.
On 2 October 1928, she married the photographer André Kertész in Paris, although this marriage was short-lived.
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