Francisco Medail – Photographies 1930-1943 is a hypothesis or a historiographic provocation. Medail’s visual essay plays with the possibility of rewriting a page in the history of Argentine photography. While local artistic historiography of the 1930´s hoisted the modern proposals of Coppola, Stern, Saderman, Heinrich, and the more conservative debtors of the aesthetics of photoclubism, it neglected public and private...
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