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Through an American Lens, Hungary 1938
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Karoly Szerences, Katalin Kádár Lynn, Peter Strausz, Katalin Kádár Lynn

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Through an American Lens, Hungary 1938

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0880336781

Kadar Lynn's recently discovered a trove of Margaret Bourke-White's mostly unpublished photographs were taken during the artist's month-long trip to Hungary in 1938. The celebrated photojournalist shot riveting portraits of Hungary's full political leadership right before the outbreak of war. From photos of Admiral Nicolas Horthy to Ferenc Szalasi, these images reveal Bourke-White's skills as a master portraitist and the implied thoughts and attitudes of Hungary's leaders as they faced a monumental juncture in history. This volume enriches Bourke-White's photos with contextualizing essays by prominent historian Karoly Szerencses, speculating on Bourke-White's impressions as she visited Hungary for the first time. Her work speaks to the sadness, treachery, inevitability, and disappointment felt by a nation on the brink of war. A short biography and a brief history of modern Hungary round out the volume.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780880336789
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0880336781
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Publishing year: 2011
Publisher: EASTERN EUROPEAN MONOGRAPHS
111 Pages
Weight: 1,098 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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