Tina Modotti Photographs by Sarah Lowe

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In the last decade, the powerful work and dramatic life of Italian-born photographer and Marxist revolutionary Tina Modotti (1896-1942) have become subjects of intense interest. This richly illustrated book, the first comprehensive study of Modotti's photographs, is also the catalogue for the first retrospective exhibition of her work. 148 duotone photos.
 

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Lowe is a recognized authority on Modotti, and is an art historian and curator.
 
Published September 15, 1995 by Harry N Abrams. 160 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Travel. Non-fiction

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Apprentice to and lover of photographer Edward Weston in Mexico during the 1920s, Italian-born activist Modotti developed at that time a not widely known but consequential body of camera work of her o

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Apprentice to and lover of photographer Edward Weston in Mexico during the 1920s, Italian-born activist Modotti developed at that time a not widely known but consequential body of camera work of her own: portrait, still-life, architectural and documentary photos, the latter applied in large part ...

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