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Capa in Color presents Robert Capa’s color photographs to the public for the first time in Italy. Although he is recognized almost exclusively as a master of black-and-white photography, Capa began working regularly with color film in 1941 and used it until his death in 1954. While some of this work was published in the magazines of the day, the majority of these images have never been printed or seen in any form. Capa in Color includes over 150 contemporary color prints by Capa, as well as personal papers and tearsheets from the magazines in which the images originally appeared. Organized by Cynthia Young, Curator of Capa Collections at ICP, the exhibition presents an unexpected aspect of Capa’s career that has been previously edited out of posthumous books and exhibitions, and show how he embraced color photography and integrated it into his work as a photojournalist in the 1940s and 1950s.

Capa’s use of color lm exploded in his postwar stories for magazines such as Holiday(USA), Ladies’ Home Journal (USA), Illustrated (UK), and Epoca (Italy). These photographs, which until now have been seen only in magazine spreads, brought the lives of ordinary and exotic people from around the world to American and European readers alike, and were markedly different from the war reportage that had dominated Capa’s early career. Capa’s technical ability coupled with his engagement with human emotion in his prewar black-and-white stories enabled him to move back and forth between black and white and color lm and integrate color to complement the subjects he photographed. These early stories include photographs of Moscow’s Red Square from a 1947 trip to the USSR with writer John Steinbeck and refugees and the lives of new settlers in Israel in 1949–50. For the Generation X project, Capa traveled to Oslo and northern Norway, Essen, and Paris to capture the lives and dreams of youth born before the war.

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Friday 10am – 7pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 9.00 pm
(last entry one hour before)

Admission

Full price: € 13
Concession: € 10 over 65, teachers
Children concession: € 5 (from 11 to 18)
Family ticket: up to 2 adults € 10 each + children from 11 to 18 € 5 each
Free: Abbonamento Piemonte Musei, children under 10, disabled, journalist accrediment wih info@capaincolor

Booking fee

Individual € 1,50
Groups € 18,00

Groups

Booking requiered until 12 pax at info@capaincolor.it.
Groups access only:
Tuesday to Friday 9.30-10.00 am and 6.00-7.00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 1.00-2.00 pm

Guided tours

(admission and booking fee not included)
Guided tours for adults € 60,00
Guided tours for schools € 60,00
Tours and educational activity for schools: € 80,00

Info and Booking

+39 338 169 1652
info@capaincolor.it

Special Opening

1st November 10am-9pm
7th December 10am-7pm
8th December 10am-9pm
24th December 10am-5pm
25th December closed
26th December 10am-9pm
28th December 10am-7pm
31th December 10am-5pm
1st January 2pm-9pm
4th January 10am-7pm
6th January 10am-9pm

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Orari

Dal Martedì al Venerdì
dalle 10.00 alle 19.00
Sabato e Domenica
dalle 10.00 alle 21.00
(ultimo ingresso un’ora prima della chiusura)

Biglietti

Intero: € 13
Ridotto: € 10
Ridotto ragazzi: € 5