On October 22, 2013, ICP marked the 100th birthday of photojournalist Robert Capa by releasing the only extant recording of his voice on its website. The institution’s yearlong celebration of the Hungarian-born cameraman’s centennial continues this month, as ICP unearths a virtually unknown batch of 1940s and ’50s color shots culled from its permanent collection. While some were published in popular magazines of the day—including Holiday, Illustrated, Collier’s and Ladies’ Home Journal—the bulk of these chromatic snapshots have never been printed. Complemented by an assortment of Capa’s personal papers, all 100 of the colorful stunners reveal that the documentarian, known primarily for his black-and-white reportage of midcentury wars, also had a knack for glam. Beaches, ski resorts and French racetracks are just a handful of the escape-fantasy landscapes featured in the exhibit, while its portraits offer an opportunity to study the visages of Capa’s bohemian pals Ingrid Bergman, John Huston, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck and Pablo Picasso.