Robert Capa. In the History
Robert Capa, Stalingrado, U.S.S.R., 1947. Courtesy by © Robert Capa and © International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos.

Venue

MUDEC - Museo delle Culture
Via Tortona, 56, 20144 Milano MI
Website
https://www.mudec.it/
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Date

11 Nov 2022 - 19 Mar 2023
Ongoing...

Cost

€14-12

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Robert Capa. In the History

On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of Robert Capa’s birth, Mudec pays tribute to the great Hungarian photographer with a solo exhibition encompassing his major war and travel reportages. A journey through Capa’s 20-year career, which unfolded during some of the crucial moments in the history of the 20th century.

The exhibition includes seven sections and a diachronic itinerary through the most important black-and-white reportages by Robert Capa, from the beginning of his career in Berlin and Paris (1932-1936) to the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939); from the Japanese invasion of China (1938) to World War II (1941-1945); from his travel reportage in the Soviet Union (1947) to the one about the birth of Israel (1948-1950), and, finally, his last assignment as a war photographer in Indochina (1954).