Among the hundreds of thousands of Spanish refugees who ended up in French concentration camps was the graphic artist Josep Bartolí, who would later become a well-known artist in Mexico and New York. His dramatic drawings of the Civil War and life in the camps are featured in a new book by his nephew, the French photographer Georges Bartolí. A feature-length film of Josep’s life will be premiered at Cannes this fall. An interview.
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