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Curator, author and art critic Robert Radford discusses the work created by the Artists International Association during the 1930s.
Taking the photographic work of Edith Tudor-Hart as a nexus to the talk, Radford considers the growth, styles and dissemination of those who sought to spread awareness of social inequality and fascism. The life of Tudor-Hart is looked at, as well as techniques employed in expressing highly politicised artwork.
Many thanks to Robert and the wonderful audience of the night. Image Oskar Kokoschka.