Robert Capa. The work 1932-1954
- 06 May 2023 - 22 October 2023
- Closed on Mondays
- Exhibition included in the “Abbonamento Musei” circuit
- Reduced 3 euro 19-25 years
- Free 0-18 years
The exhibition has been extended until Sunday 22 October
Over 300 works, selected from the archives of the Magnum Photos Agency, recount the production of the famous photographer from the beginning to his premature death in 1954 in Indochina.
The exhibition traces the extraordinary career of Robert Capa, paying particular attention to some of his most iconic images, which have embodied the history of twentieth-century photography. .
- An adventurous photographer
- Images of War
- Field Documents
- Sound recordings
At the Saint-Bénin Center in Aosta the visitor will be able to observe the images of war that forged the legend of Capa.
The exhibition will be divided into 9 thematic sections: Early Photographs, 1932–1935; The Hope of a More Just Society, 1936; Spain: Civil Engagement, 1936–1939; China under fire from Japan, 1938; Alongside American Soldiers, 1943–1945; Toward a Newfound Peace, 1944–1954; Journeys East, 1947–1948; Israel Promised Land, 1948–1950; Back to Asia: A War That Isn’t His, 1954
The volume published on the occasion of the exhibition, with texts in Italian, English and French, containing all the photographs on display and published by Silvana Editoriale, will be on sale at the exhibition venue at the price of 34 euros.