Ten years after the exhibition held in Madrid, A Hard and Merciless Light, and a year after the exhibition at the Pompidou Photography Center, a class weapon, this issue 4 of Transbordeur reports on the abundant current research on photography about the working class. The dossier extends the subject both geographically and chronologically. In the mid-1920s, the agitation of the radical left circles led to the development of a language and methods that gave a lasting mark to photography. In addition to the photomontages which filled the illustrated press, the cultural and political movements were based on a new principle:...
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