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Kati Horna's Spanish Civil War photos exhibited in New York

September 14, 2016

An exhibition of photographs taken by Kati Horna, one of the few women who captured images of the horrors of the Spanish Civil War on the front lines, opened its doors Wednesday at the Americas Society in New York.

"Told and Untold: The Photo Stories of Kati Horna in the Illustrated Press" is the first exhibition solely dedicated to the Hungarian-born photographer's work in the United States.

The exhibition coincides with the 80th anniversary of the military uprising against the Spanish Republic and the first part of the show is dedicated to the stories told by Horna during the 1936-1939 conflict.

"She's a photographer who captured the front lines, but also everything that was happing to the people suffering around there, and those two points of view are interesting," Christina de Leon, the exhibition's lead curator, told EFE....

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