Born Miklós Müller in Orosháza in 1913Nicolás Muller takes his place among the pantheon of great Hungarian photographers who worked mainly in black and white, and who spent most of their lives in exile. Like CapaBrassaï and Kertész, Muller lived in Paris, but the bulk of the images presented in this retrospective, The Committed Gaze, were taken around Spain – hence the involvement of the local Cervantes Institute and Spanish Ministry of Culture. Settling in Madrid, Muller captured daily life in the capital, from street vendors to distinguished members of society. Taken between 1930 and 1967, 126 mainly unpublished photos follow Muller’s travels and show how the photographer, equally recognised in Spain, developed his art.

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