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Actresses for fiesta 101 shooting in oaxaca 93

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actresses for “Fiesta,” 101 ; shooting in Oaxaca, 93 ; shooting in Te- huantepec, 88 ; shooting “Sand- unga,” 67 ; shooting the September National Parade on Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City, 171 Todo , 33 Tolteca Cement Factory, 140, 163–67; artistic competition, 164; Eisen- stein’s footage, 194n49; and “in- ternational style” in architecture, 163–64 Toor, Frances, 42, 81, 111 toreros, 100–101, 102 Torres, Elena, 112 totonacas , 126 transvestism, 125–26 Trauberg, Ilya, 98, 104 Trauerspiel (Benjamin), 177 Tsivian, Yuri, 5, 9, 13, 52, 146 28 mm wide lens, 38 Uitzilopotchli, 146 Un Chien Andalou , 107 Under the Volcano (Lowry), 145 undifferentiated state, search for, 10, 61, 169 Upton Sinclair Collection, Indiana University, 4 U.S. cultural left, 182n29 utopia: and art, 7, 8; and conquest of rational mind over nature, 191n61; primitive as, 53, 72–74, 150–51; radical, and art, 152–53 utopian synthesis, Day of the Dead as model for, 169 Van Gogh, Vincent, 64 Vanity Fair , 82 Vasconcelos, José, 18, 22, 26, 183n7; educational mission, 25; idea of continuity between pre-Colum- bian and contemporary Mexico, 24, 25; and muralist projects in national Preparatory School, 27, 28, 57–58; and postrevolutionary nationalist ideology of the state, 31 vertical montage, 120 Villaseñor, Isabel (Chabela), 107–8, 110, 116 Villaurrutia, Xavier, 145 Virginia Quarterly Review , 113 Virgin of Guadalupe, 91, 100, 105, 120 Visual and Other Pleasures (Mulvey), 74 Volks nation, 60 Walsh, Thomas F., 112 Walter Benjamin: An Aesthetic of Re- demption (Wolin), 151 “Walter Benjamin’s Theory of Alle- gory” (Cowan), 162
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index : 221 Wasteland, The (Eliot), 177 Weimar-period Berlin cabaret scene, 172 Weininger, Otto, 169 Weston, Edward, 26, 42, 78, 80, 82 Whitechapel exhibition, 15, 78 Wolf, Bertram, 27, 82 Wolf, Ella, 27, 82 Wolin, Richard, 151, 160, 166 Wollen, Peter, 15, 16, 74, 78, 192n82 “Woman from Tehuantepec” (Mo- dotti), 79 “woman question,” 14 womb, return to: and artistic creation, 56, 70; and prelogical thinking, 12 womb and tomb, link between, 44, 106 women: association with death, 40–41, 44; link between radical politics and return to presymbolic unity, 19; link to premodern origi- nary state, 13, 17; as original mode of production, 71; and shaping of Mexican cultural history of 1920s and 1930s, 77–78; in Soviet art, 83; Tehuana women, 57, 58–59 women’s movement, 76; fear of female subjectivity provoked by, 69; in Mexico, 77, 83; in Soviet Union, 77 Women’s Party, 112 “Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, The” (Benjamin), 150 Xochimilco, 91 Xochipilli, 45 Your Mexican Holiday (Brenner), 82, 163–64 Zapata, Emiliano, 72 Zhen, Zhang, 6, 8 Zigrosser, Carl, 111
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