Cornell Capa: Photographs

ISBN: 9780821217771
Artist(s): Cornell Capa
Author(s): Richard Whelan
Format: hardback
Year published: 1992
Publisher: Bullfinch
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 248
Illustrations: Illustrated in B&W throughout


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In this collection of photographs, photojournalist Cornell Capa has assembled a group of his moving, powerful images from around the world, taken between the 1940s and 1970s. On arriving in New York in 1937, Capa began work as a staff photographer on “Life” magazine. Since then, as a photographer and later as the founder and director of the International Centre for Photography, he has spent a life-time furthering the art of photography. This book features 166 photographs, printed in duotone, representing some of his greatest work for “Life” and other publications. This includes images of political upheaval, war, famine, religious rites, the world-famous and the undernourished.


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