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Werner Bischof. Robert Capa,1950

Werner Bischof. Robert Capa,1950

Werner Bischof. Robert Capa,1950

Werner Bischof. Robert Capa,1950

The Concerned Photographer Cornell Capa, Werner Bischof, Robert Capa, Andre Kertesz, David Seymour, Leonard Freed, Dan Weiner ,   ,  , ASIN: B000BYG608 , tutorials , pdf , ebook , torrent , downloads , rapidshare , filesonic , hotfile , megaupload , fileserve

The Concerned Photographer Cornell Capa, Werner Bischof, Robert Capa, Andre Kertesz, David Seymour, Leonard Freed, Dan Weiner , , , ASIN: B000BYG608 , tutorials , pdf , ebook , torrent , downloads , rapidshare , filesonic , hotfile , megaupload , fileserve

A MAGNUM PHOTOS meeting in Paris in 1950, the photographers Werner BISCHOF and Robert CAPA, and in foreground Maria EISNER the Bureau Chief//Werner Bischof

A MAGNUM PHOTOS meeting in Paris in 1950, the photographers Werner BISCHOF and Robert CAPA, and in foreground Maria EISNER the Bureau Chief//Werner Bischof

It’s the 50th anniversary of the International Fund for Concerned Photography! Established in 1966 by Cornell Capa, the fund honors Cornell’s brother, photojournalist Robert Capa, and his colleagues Werner Bischof, Chim, and Dan Weiner, who died on assignment in the 1950s. To celebrate the anniversary, we’ll be highlighting 50 concerned photographers. Stay tuned for more! #‎ICP50

It’s the 50th anniversary of the International Fund for Concerned Photography! Established in 1966 by Cornell Capa, the fund honors Cornell’s brother, photojournalist Robert Capa, and his colleagues Werner Bischof, Chim, and Dan Weiner, who died on assignment in the 1950s. To celebrate the anniversary, we’ll be highlighting 50 concerned photographers. Stay tuned for more! #‎ICP50

Robert Capa  chairs a meeting of the Magnum photographic co-operative, Paris, circa 1947. Swiss photographer Werner Bischof , can be seen in the background, centre.

Robert Capa chairs a meeting of the Magnum photographic co-operative, Paris, circa Swiss photographer Werner Bischof , can be seen in the background, centre.

France. Paris. Magnum office. 1947.From left to right: David SEYMOUR "Chim", Werner BISCHOF (in the background) and Robert CAPA (pointing his finger).

France. Paris. Magnum office. 1947.From left to right: David SEYMOUR "Chim", Werner BISCHOF (in the background) and Robert CAPA (pointing his finger).

V-Day, Moscow, 2005 by Paolo Pellegrin A Mujahid of the Hezbi-Islami guards the road to the capital, Kabul, 1992 by Abbas A victim of the Hiroshima atomic explosion by Werner Bischof American soldierkilled by a German sniper, Leipzig, April 18, 1945 by Robert Capa Anti-war protestors confront…

V-Day, Moscow, 2005 by Paolo Pellegrin A Mujahid of the Hezbi-Islami guards the road to the capital, Kabul, 1992 by Abbas A victim of the Hiroshima atomic explosion by Werner Bischof American soldierkilled by a German sniper, Leipzig, April 18, 1945 by Robert Capa Anti-war protestors confront…

The International Center of Photography @icp was founded by Magnum photographer Cornell Capa in 1974 as an institution to keep the legacy of "concerned photography" alive. After the untimely deaths of his brother Robert Capa and Magnum colleagues Werner Bischof and David 'Chim' Seymour in the 1950s Cornell saw the need to preserve their photographic heritage.  Today - June 23 - the new #ICPMuseum opens at 250 Bowery New York exploring both the legacy and future of the image.  This image: The…

Bolshoi Ballet School, Moscow, Photo: Cornell Capa/Magnum Photos, courtesy of the International Center of Photography. Capa founded the International Center of Photography in New York after a long and distinguished career as a photojournalist,.

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MAGNUM: founded by Robert Capa in 1945 with the idea that photographers would have control over their own work and own the rights to it. Members include: Henri Cartier-Bresson, CHIM, Werner Bischof, George Rodger, and many more.

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