Beginning in 1941, Robert Capa worked with color film and used it regularly until his death in 1954. Some of this work was published in the magazines of the day, but the majority of these images have never been printed, seen or otherwise even studied. Posthumous exhibitions and publications have ignored his color photography and this aspect of his career has virtually been forgotten.
The exhibition and accompanying publication will present nearly 100 contemporary color prints by the famous photojournalist. It will also show contextual publications and personal papers and create a fascinating new look on this master of black and white photography.
It will show him as a pioneer of color photography, years before color officially was considered an acceptable medium for serious photographers.
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