The State Museum and Exhibition Center ROSPHOTO in cooperation with the Italian Institute of Culture in St. Petersburg, the Russian State Archive of Social and Political History and Reinhard Schultz’s Galerie Bilderwelt presents an exhibition dedicated to Tina Modotti (1896, Udine — 1942, Mexico City) — one of the most fascinating unknown photographers of the XX century, actress, model, activist and revolutionary. In 1999, the first Russian exhibition of Modotti’s photographs was held in Moscow. Now Saint Petersburg audience will have a chance to see her iconic works of different years: from the famous photos of the Mexican revolutionary movement...
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