A shadow born of earth: new photography in Mexico
American Federation of Arts in association with Universe Pub., 1993 - Photography - 143 pages
A look at the work of sixteen postwar Mexican photographers--including Tina Modetti, Flor Gardegno, and Eugenia Vargas--shows how the photographers explore traditional themes in Mexican culture with innovative styles.
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