Patricia Albers

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Patricia Albers

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Patricia Albers is the author of Shadows, Fire, Snow: The Life of Tina Modotti. Her articles have appeared in newspapers, art journals, and museum catalogs. She has curated many exhibitions, among them Tina Modotti and the Mexican Renaissance. She lives in Mountain View."

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Joan Mitchell: Lady Painter

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Shadows, Fire, Snow: The Li...

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Tina Modotti: The Mexican R...

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Excellent translation. Loved the notes too.
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Part one, about his childhood in Hungary during World War I, is riveting if sometimes hard to follow. Part two, about his later life, including the Hungarian Revolution, doesn't hang together as a narrative.
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