Until now, we mainly identified Chim with a few famous photographs taken during the Spanish Civil War, rediscovered with those his companions Robert Capa and Gerda Taro in the Mexican Suitcase. The most famous among them: a woman with her eyes turned skyward, breastfeeding her child in a crowd.
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