The apt subtitle of this award-winning biography, Photographer & Revolutionary, sums up the creative tensions that characterized Italian photographer Tina Modotti’s life and brief photographic career. Active as a photographer for only nine years, Modotti was pulled between formal and social concerns. Producing striking modernist compositions of everyday objects, photojournalism of poverty and conflict, and portraits of celebrities and common people...
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