A daring photographic journalist, Robert Capa captured the joys and tragedies of life with an honest and compassionate eye. This engrossing show displays the impressive range of Capa's works, from the Omaha Beach landings to intimate portraits of fellow artists such as Picasso.
Robert Capa: Photographs is a retrospective of the remarkable range of Robert Capa's photography. This exhibition is drawn from hundreds of previously unseen images, including a set of vintage prints from the collection of Capa's brother, Cornell Capa. With approximately 100 images on view, this exhibition shows Robert Capa to be one of the great photographers of the 20th century.
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This exhibition is sponsored by Flagship Bank and Trust Company, The BHR Life Companies, and Wachusett Mountain Ski Area/Polar Corporation.
The media sponsors are Telegram & Gazette, Charter Communications, Inc., and WSRS/WTAG.
Additional support is provided by the Hall and Kate Peterson Photography Fund. Related educational programming is funded, in part, by the Amelia Hutchinson Haley Lecture Fund.
Organized by the Alfred Stieglitz Center of the Philadelphia Museum of Art from the Robert Capa Archive at the International Center of Photography, New York.
Initial funding for the exhibition was provided by The Pew Charitable Trusts. The accompanying catalogue, published by Aperture, received the generous support of Lynne and Harold Honickman and of Claire and Richard Yaffa.