Robert Capa, considered to be one of the greatest war photographers of all time, lived and died by his principal of up close and personal. Rooted in social documentary, his photos of World War II have long been celebrated for capturing both genuine human feeling as well as the inhumanity of combat. This exhibition comprises rare vintage prints, many of which are being shown for the first time or are newly recognised as his work.
This event is free and entry is on a first come first served basis, so it can't be guaranteed. We need your card details to store the event information in "My Tickets", but rest assured, we won't charge you a penny. This event runs from 11am-6pm, so you can arrive whenever suits you.
Daniel Blau, Hoxton
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