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Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in the May Day march, 1929, photographed by Tina Modotti
"Modotti joined the Communist Party in late 1927, often supplying it free photographs. Some of her photographs appeared in the Mexican Communist newspaper, El Machéte. To support herself, Modotti made record photographs for the Mexican muralists and of Mexican crafts for publishers. During this same period, some of her art photographs were published in the Paris Left Bank avant garde art magazine, transition. On the May Day Communist holiday in 1929, Modotti photographed a march protesting the persecution of members of the Communist Party. She covered the event from its calm beginning to its confrontational end. Most of the photographs that make up her narrative are small images made from a rooftop." by Beverly W. Brannan, from Women Photojournalists

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in the May Day march1929, photographed by Tina Modotti

"Modotti joined the Communist Party in late 1927, often supplying it free photographs. Some of her photographs appeared in the Mexican Communist newspaper, El Machéte. To support herself, Modotti made record photographs for the Mexican muralists and of Mexican crafts for publishers. During this same period, some of her art photographs were published in the Paris Left Bank avant garde art magazine, transition. On the May Day Communist holiday in 1929, Modotti photographed a march protesting the persecution of members of the Communist Party. She covered the event from its calm beginning to its confrontational end. Most of the photographs that make up her narrative are small images made from a rooftop." by Beverly W. Brannan, from Women Photojournalists