“Capa in Color”

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Photograph: Robert Capa/ International Center of Photography/ Magnum Photos
Pablo Picasso in the water with his son Claude in Valluris, France, 1954
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Photograph: Robert Capa/ International Center of Photography/ Magnum Photos
Ava Gardner on the set of The Barefoot Contessa in Tivoli, Italy, 1954
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Photograph: Robert Capa/ International Center of Photography/ Magnum Photos
New immigrants disembarking from the Theodor Herz near Haifa, Israel, 1949-1950
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Photograph: Robert Capa/ International Center of Photography/ Magnum Photos
On the road from Namdinh to Thaibinh, Indochina, May 1954
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Photograph: Robert Capa/ International Center of Photography/ Magnum Photos
France, 1951

ICP has unearthed a virtually unknown batch of 1940s and ’50s color shots by photojournalist Robert Capa, revealing that the documentarian—known primarily for his black-and-white reportage of midcentury wars—also had a knack for glam. Study the visages of Capa’s bohemian pals Ingrid Bergman, Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso, as well as escape-fantasy landscapes such as ski resorts and French racetracks. Through Sun 4.

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