""Robert Capa: Photographs" reminds us that the man who more or less invented war photography was also a sensitive portraitist." --"New York" magazine
"A splid retrospective." --Herbert Kupferberg, "Parade "magazine
"In an almost novelistic fashion, the pictures--presented chronologically--tell as much about the photographer as they do about the times Capa was chronicling." --Margarett Loke," ARTnews"
"His coverage of the Spanish civil war established Capa's reputation as a peerless battlefield photojournalist... But he was also a man who loved making pictures of beautiful women, famous men and grand parties. Often overlooked when discussing the Capa legacy, those too, were his life's work. Both Capas--the raconteur of high society and the fearless witness to war--are evident in "Robert Capa: Photographs." The two sides of Capa's work may seem irreconcilable, but they're not. He was recording one world. His own." --Allison Adato, "Life m"agazineshow more