Recently presented at the International Center of Photography, Capa in Color presents Robert Capa’s colour photographs to the European public for the first time. Although he is recognised almost exclusively as a master of black-and-white photography, Capa began working regularly with colour film in 1941 and used it until his death in 1954. While some of this work was published in the magazines of the day, the majority of these images have never been printed or seen in any form. The exhibition includes over 150 contemporary colour prints by Capa, as well as personal papers and tearsheets from the magazines in which the images originally appeared.
Robert Capa, Capa in Color, Jeu de Paume, Paris
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