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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János (Jean) Kender (July 6, 1937, Baja, near Pécs, Hungary – December 5, 2009, West Palm Beach, Florida, United States), 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.

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