Saul Leiter (1923-2013)

“Seeing is a neglected enterprise,” Mr. Leiter often said.

Where other New York photographers of the period were apt to document the city’s elements discretely — streets, people, buildings — Mr. Leiter captured the almost indefinable spaces where all three intersect, many of them within a two-block radius of the East Village apartment in which he had lived since the early 1950s.


New York Times. Saul Leiter, Photographer Who Captured New York’s Palette, Dies at 89. 27 novembre 2013