Capa in Color

January 31 – May 4, 2014

International Center of Photography

1133 Sixth Ave. (6 Av/43 St)
Manhattan, NY 10036

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Hungarian photojournalist Robert Capa is best known for the black-and-white images he took during the Spanish Civil War and World War II, among others. But beginning in 1941, Capa began working in color, continuing to do so until his death in 1954. The International Center of Photography presents this exhibition of nearly 100 color photographs, showcasing portions of Capa's oeuvre that have been nearly forgotten. For more information, visit icp.org.

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