Bought myself a little book - ´Saul Leiter´, published by Thames & Hudson, containing 63 of his images.
Such a talented photographer , who said he felt more comfortable being ignored. Maybe that is why there is such sensitivity to his work. So rare in a global world, where the media forments the over-ego, playing on insecurties.
As Jane Livingston of the New York School was quoted as saying in the book : ¨Leiter is a rare artist, one whose vision is so encompassing, so refined, so in touch with a certain lyrical undertone, that his best photographs occasionally seem literally to transend the medium¨