János Kender

1937–2009

Harry Shunk, ‘Shunk-Kender Street Photography, Cave St. Germain, New Years Eve, Paris’ 1958
Shunk-Kender Street Photography, Cave St. Germain, New Years Eve, Paris 1958
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Biography

János (Jean) Kender (July 6, 1937 – December 5, 2009) was a Hungarian photographer, famous for his cooperation with colleague Harry Shunk under the name Shunk-Kender from 1957 to about 1973, firstly in Paris, and later in New York.

Kender was born in Baja, near Pécs, Hungary. He died in West Palm Beach, Florida, United States.

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