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Fri Mar 21 17:13:43 2014 UTClccn-n950881740.00The Mexican suitcase : the legendary Spanish Civil War negatives of Capa, Chim, and Taro /0.680.98La maleta mexicana las fotografias redescubiertas de la guerra civil española de Capa, Chim y Taro /64211157Gerda_Taron 950881743913143Gerda TaroPohorylle, GerdaPohorylle, GertaPohorylle, Gerta, 1910-1937Pohorylle, Gerta, 1911-1937Pohorylles, GerdaTaro 1910-1937Taro, GerdaTaro, Gerda, 1910-1937Taro, Gerda, 1911-1937Taro, GertaTaro, Gerta 1910-1937Taro, Gerta, 1911-1937タロー, ゲルダlccn-n79105897Capa, Robert1913-1954phtlccn-n79072965International Center of Photographylccn-n95088176Schaber, Irmeedtlccn-n50001426Seymour, David1911-1956phtlccn-no2011091977Young, Cynthiaedtlccn-n81067886Whelan, Richard1946-edtlccn-no2005071376Lubben, Kristenedtlccn-nr91043855Covici, Friede Inclccn-n79029841Kertész, Andrélccn-nr89004665Allen, JaytrlTaro, Gerta1911-1937HistoryExhibition catalogsPictorial worksExhibition, pictorial worksCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographySpainCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)Taro, Gerta,War photographyCapa, Robert,PhotographyGermanyPhotojournalismWar photographersSeymour, David,Women photographersPhotojournalistsInternational Center of PhotographyPhotograph collectionsWorld War (1939-1945)Spain--MadridSiege of Madrid (Spain : 1936-1939)AtrocitiesPhotography, ArtisticBarea, Arturo,Hemingway, Ernest,CouplesGellhorn, Martha,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Psychological aspectsCollective memoryRelationsSpaniardsMexicoRefugeesWar correspondentsPress releasesMass mediaUnited StatesPress coverageClippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)191019371986199419952006200720082009201020112012201320149103876779.092TR820.6ocn012740183ocn796087384ocn315809164ocn724243596ocn725077726ocn7999695101164ocn688242004book20100.81Capa, RobertThe Mexican suitcase : the rediscovered Spanish Civil War negatives of Capa, Chim and TaroHistoryExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+96965841381103ocn001540119book19380.76Capa, RobertDeath in the makingHistoryPictorial works571ocn646401388book20100.81Capa, RobertThe Mexican suitcase : the legendary Spanish Civil War negatives of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David SeymourExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+9696584138221ocn012740183book19370.96MadridHistoryPictorial works202ocn315809164book20070.28Gerda Taro : [in conjunction with the Exhibition Gerda Taro, organized by the International Center of Photography, New York : exhibition dates: September 26, 2007 through January 6, 2008]+-+2780670138158ocn804207709book20070.63Taro, GertaGerda TaroHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+278067013863ocn808697018book20100.98La maleta mexicana las fotografias redescubiertas de la guerra civil española de Capa, Chim y TaroHistoryExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works53ocn746289327book20090.47Taro, GertaGerda Taro : [Coleccion del International Center of Photography; fechas de la exposición: del 7 de julio al de 27 septiembre de 2009]51ocn837682476book20100.27The films51ocn611238784book19950.56Schaber, IrmeGerta Taro : Fotoreporterin im spanischen Bürgerkrieg : eine BiografieHistoryBiography51ocn837682363book20100.27The history31ocn711794311book20100.47Capa, RobertThe Mexican suitcase : the rediscovered Spanish Civil War negatives of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David SeymourExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+969658413821ocn796387754book20110.47La valise mexicaine : Capa, Chim, Taro : les négatifs retrouvés de la guerre civile espagnole22ocn776514845book20100.47International Center of PhotographyThe Mexican suitcase the rediscovered Spanish civil war negatives of Capa, Chim, and Taro : [exhibition New York, International center of photography, September 24, 2010 - January 9, 2011]+-+969658413821ocn794329735book2010The Mexican suitcase : the legendary Spanish Civil War negatives of Capa, Chim, and TaroExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+969658413811ocn830672370book20110.47Capa, RobertLos negativos11ocn863017514book2010Young, CynthiaThe Mexican suitcase, Vol. 2, The films : the rediscovered Spanisch Cicil War negatives of Capa, Chim, and Taro, September 24, 2010 - January 9, 2011, International Center of Photography, New York11ocn796087384visu[Front Populaire ; Guerre d'Espagne]11ocn805058292book20090.47La Guerra Civil: Robert Capa, David Seymour, Agustí Centelles, Gerda Taro11ocn863017620book2010Young, CynthiaThe Mexican suitcase, Vol. 1, the history : the rediscovered Spanish Civil War negatives of Capa, Chim, and Taro, September 24, 2010 - January 9, 2011, International Center of Photography, New York16610ocn187021163book20070.63Taro, GertaGerda TaroHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+2780670138781ocn231883955book20080.32Maspero, FrançoisOut of the shadows : a life of Gerda TaroHistoryBiography+-+9073810375712ocn382407837book20090.84Fortes, SusanaEsperando a Robert CapaFictionA novel553ocn032399270book19940.56Schaber, IrmeGerta Taro : Fotoreporterin im spanischen Bürgerkrieg : eine BiografieHistoryBiography424ocn769656660visu20110.93The Mexican suitcaseHistoryPictorial works"In 2007, three boxes with over 4,500 negatives -- popularly referred to as "The Mexican suitcase" -- were recovered by Trisha Ziff from a closet in Mexico City in collaboration with the International Center of Photography, New York. The photographs were taken during the Spanish Civil War by three friends whose images have become some of the most iconic of the Twentieth century: Robert Capa, David Seymour "Chim" and Gerda Taro. These pictures, most of them unknown, had been missing for seventy years"--Container263ocn123941616book20070.70Olmeda, FernandoGerda Taro, fotógrafa de guerra : el periodismo como testigo de la historiaHistoryBiography+-+6752158393241ocn857524182book20130.86Rogoyska, JaneGerda Taro : inventing Robert CapaHistoryBiographyIn Paris in 1934, a young and beautiful émigrée from Germany, Gerda Pohorylles, met a Hungarian political exile, André Friedmann. They reinvented themselves as the photographers Gerda Taro and Robert Capa - and he would become the most important photojournalist of his generation. When Gerda was killed in the Spanish Civil war at the age of twenty-six, Robert Capa was her most notable mourner. Her funeral drew crowds of thousands and she became a hero of the political left. Despite the legend that was built around her, she subsequently became a mere footnote in Capa's story. Seventy years after her death a long-lost suitcase was discovered in Mexico, containing thousands of negatives by Capa and Taro. Most astonishingly of all, the 'Mexican suitcase' showed that photographs that had been attributed previously to Capa were, in fact, the work of Taro. Jane Rogoyska's book will trace Taro's life and reveal the depth of her relationship with Capa. Charismatic and extraordinary, they epitomised one of the most tumultuous periods of the century171ocn064947160book20060.79Maspero, FrançoisL'ombre d'une photographe, Gerda TaroHistoryBiographyEvoquer la photographe de guerre Gerda Taro, tuée sur la route de Madrid le 25 juin 1937, c'est faire le portrait d'une artiste qui affrontait tous les dangers armée de son seul appareil photo, convaincue de participer à la construction d'un monde meilleur, c'est remonter aux origines du photo-reportage132ocn818213123visu20120.73La Maleta mexicanaHistoryPersonal narrativesPictorial works"Mexican Suitcase tells the story of the recovery of 4,500 negatives by Robert Capa, Gerda Taro and David 'Chim' Seymour taken during the Spanish Civil War found 70 years later in a closet in Mexico City. The film looks at the journey of these negatives from France to Mexico; their survival and looks at how Spain reflects today on its own history as well as those who escaped. Mexico was the only country to come to the rescue and support of the Spanish Republic and then honor and support the Republic in exile when the rest of the world turned its back. Mexican suitcase looks at this unique story and these photos lost for seventy years. Written by Anonymous"-- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2100563/plotsummary (as viewed on 11/19/2013)131ocn846545705book20140.19Vaill, AmandaHotel Florida : truth, love, and death in the Spanish Civil WarHistoryBiography"A spellbinding story of love amid the devastation of the Spanish Civil War Madrid, 1936. In a city blasted by a civil war that many fear will cross borders and engulf Europe--a conflict one writer will call "the decisive thing of the century"--six people meet and find their lives changed forever. Ernest Hemingway, his career stalled, his marriage sour, hopes that this war will give him fresh material and new romance; Martha Gellhorn, an ambitious novice journalist hungry for love and experience, thinks she will find both with Hemingway in Spain. Robert Capa and Gerda Taro, idealistic young photographers based in Paris, want to capture history in the making and are inventing modern photojournalism in the process. And Arturo Barea, chief of Madrid's loyalist foreign press office, and Ilsa Kulcsar, his Austrian deputy, are struggling to balance truth-telling with loyalty to their sometimes compromised cause--a struggle that places both of them in peril. Hotel Florida traces the tangled wartime destinies of these three couples against the backdrop of a critical moment in history. As Hemingway put it, "You could learn as much at the Hotel Florida in those years as you could anywhere in the world." From the raw material of unpublished letters and diaries, official documents, and recovered reels of film, Amanda Vaill has created a narrative of love and reinvention that is, finally, a story about truth: finding it out, telling it, and living it--whatever the cost"--71ocn827555194visu20110.59Trisha ZiffLa maleta mexicana: las fotografias recuperados de la Guerra Civil española --exilio y memoríaHistoryExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works[Lost since 1939, the Mexican Suitcase (La maleta mexicana) contains nearly 4,500 negatives documenting the Spanish War by Robert Capa, Chim (David Seymour), and Gerda Taro. These films had traveled from Paris via the south of France to Mexico City, where, almost seventy years later, they were rediscovered and now reside in the collection of the International Center of Photography]41ocn075714425book20060.73Schaber, IrmeGerda Taro : une photographe révolutionnaire dans la guerre d'EspagneHistoryBiographyReporter photographe, Gerda Taro est morte à l'âge de vingt-sept ans en 1937, lors de la guerre civile espagnole. Compagne de Robert Capa, elle avait fui, dès 1933, le régime nazi et trouvé à Paris les moyens d'exprimer ses engagements politiques et artistiques. Son enterrement au Père Lachaise donna lieu à une grande manifestation contre le fascisme41ocn863141486book20130.59Schaber, IrmeGerda Taro, Fotoreporterin : Mit Robert Capa im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg. Die Biografie41ocn681953786book20100.73Maspero, FrançoisGerda Taro, la sombra de una fotógrafaHistoryBiography21ocn080638561book19860.47International Center of PhotographySpain, 1936-1939 : the Spanish Civil War : photographs by Robert Capa, David Seymour "Chim", and Gerda Taro : an exhibition from the permanent collection of the International Center of Photography, New York CityHistoryExhibition catalogs11ocn868198528book20130.47Rogoyska, JaneGerda Taro11ocn781642264book2007International Center of PhotographyGerda Taro, This is war! Robert Capa at work, Other weapons, Dark is the room where we sleep : Exhibition press bookHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcMiscellanea+-+9696584138+-+9696584138Fri Mar 21 15:24:11 EDT 2014batch22588