The New York gallery Nailya Alexander is exhibiting for the first time a collection of Argentinian photographs from the 1930s to the 1950s, entitled Light of Modernity in Buenos Aires. The exhibition features around forty vintage prints from Horacio Coppola, Grete Stern, Annemarie Heinrich, Anatole Saderman, Juan Di Sandro and Sameer Makarius, the founders of modern Argentinian photography.
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