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ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making
ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making

ROBERT CAPA Death in the Making

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Published in 1938, when the Spanish Civil War had not yet ended, this photobook includes images that are spectacular even today, taken on the Republican side and accompanied by texts by Robert Capa himself , where he does not hide his sympathies for the losing side. The book is a facsimile of the original edition, with a model by André Kertesz and photographs by Capa, Chim and Gerda Taro , who died in the Battle of Brunete. The images, moving and close, cover both the frenetic activity of the front and the day-to-day life in the cities, governed by curfews, shortages and uncertainty.

Of Hungarian nationality, Robert Capa (1913-1954) is the most important photojournalist of the 20th century. In Paris, where he had emigrated, he met fellow photographer Gerda Taro, with whom he would sign his photos under the pseudonym they invented together. He covered various conflicts throughout his life, including the Spanish Civil War, the Second Sino-Japanese War, and World War II. In 1947, together with Cartier-Bresson, Chim, Rodger and Vandivert, he founded the legendary Magnum Photos agency, which brought together independent photographers from all over the world. He died after the explosion of a mine in the First Indochina War, in 1954.

Pages: 110
Language: Spanish
Format: 22.1x28.2 cm.
Binding: Hardcover.