Yesterday I popped into ICP’s Capa in Color exhibit. The show presents the color photography of famed photojournalist and wartime photographer Robert Capa for the first time ever. Known predominately for his work in black and white, this is a rare chance to see 125 of his never before seen photos. He began using color film as early as the 1940s and usually had at least 2 cameras around his neck at all times. One for color, one for black and white. He would sell his stories to various magazines for lifestyle shoots, but through the years this aspect of his work has been forgotten.
I also loved the postcards. Have a great weekend folks!