Ernst Haas was born in 1921 in Austria. He attended medical school, but his great artistic inclination led him to the camera and he held his first photographic exhibition in Vienna in 1947. In 1951 Haas moved to the United States, and for the next 30 years he travelled extensively, photographing for a wide variety of publications including Life and Vogue. He also documented the making of films including West Side Story, The Third Man, and The Misfits. Following his death in 1986, his work has featured in several major exhibitions and publications, notably ‘Ernst Haas Color Photography,’ (1989) and ‘Ernst Haas in Black and White’ (1992) with accompanying museum exhibitions. The Ernst Haas Studio in New York upholds the Haas legacy and his contribution to the photography world.
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