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Robert Capa © International Center of Photography Children playing in the snow. Hankou, China. March, 1938 © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot. In the background the painter's nephew Javier Vilato. Golfe-Juan, France. August, 1948 © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings (first assault). Normandy, France. June 6th, 1944 © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography Death of a loyalist militiaman. Córdoba front. Spain. September, 1936. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography People on street lined with ruined buildings. Berlin, Germany. August, 1945 © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography Motorcyclists and woman walking on the road from Nam Dinh to Thai Binh. Indochina, Vietnam. May, 1954 © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography Ingrid Bergman in a dramatic scene from "Arch of Triumph. Hollywood, USA. July-October, 1946. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos

John Steinbeck once wrote that his friend Robert Capa knew that “you cannot photograph war, because it is largely an emotion.” However, continued Steinbeck, “he did photograph that emotion by shooting beside it. He could show the horror of a whole people in the face of a child.” This exhibition shows a selection of Robert Capa’s photographs about World War II as well as many portraits including those of his friends and fellow artists such as Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.

From April 5, 2017
To August 27, 2017

Cankarjev dom
Culture and Congress Centre
Prešernova cesta 10
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia

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