Robert Capa’s Colorful Photos of the World After WWII

Such an interesting glimpse into the past. I would love to check out this exhibition. Who’s with me?


When an artist tries his hand at something a bit different, yet still related to the medium he’s known to work in (when a poet tries to write a novel, or when Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead started composing film scores, etc.), it can take time for the public to come around to it. Robert Capa, whose credits include the iconic Spanish Civil War image The Falling Soldier and the famous Magnificent Eleven series of American soldiers of the 16th Regiment landing at Omaha Beach on D-Day, was a photographer best known for shooting in black and white.

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