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罗伯特·卡帕影像回顾展

The Press Release of Robert Capa Retrospective Exhibition

罗伯特·卡帕(Robert Capa,1932-1954)是 “世界上最伟大的战地摄影师”,也是玛格南的核心创始人和灵魂人物,他的一句“你拍得不够好,是因为靠得不够近”启蒙了一代又一代摄影师。

▲ Paris. 1952. Robert Capa photographed by Ruth Orkin.

在卡帕抵达中国拍摄抗战80年、二战结束72年、卡帕去世63年后的今天,国内首次罗伯特·卡帕影像回顾展终于在深圳与我们见面。

 

展览以“聚焦与失焦”为主题,将完整回顾卡帕传奇的影像人生,从他职业生涯第一张发表的作品,到著名的“倒下的士兵”、“诺曼底登陆”以及象征着中国抗战的“少年士兵”等经典原作,都将近距离呈现在中国观众面前。

▲ 1944年6月6日,法国,诺曼底海岸。第一波登陆奥马哈海滩的美军。

© Robert Capa © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos

▲ 1938年3月,中国,汉口。一位中国少年士兵。

© Robert Capa © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos

另外还有他在生活中为毕加索、英格丽·褒曼等朋友和爱人拍摄的作品,以及珍贵的纪录片、采访音频和当年刊登卡帕作品的原版《生活》杂志等,还原一个真实、鲜活的卡帕。

▲ 1949年8月,法国,尼斯市,希米耶区。艺术家亨利·马蒂斯在工作室。

© Robert Capa © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos

展览将于8月15日至9月10日在深圳大学美术馆举行。展览开幕仪式时间为8月14日下午3点。

The Press Release of Robert Capa Retrospective Exhibition

In the world of photography, there is a photographer:

At the age of 19, has his first famous published photographs.

At the age of 25, is called as “the greatest war photographer in the world.”

At the age of 34, co-founds the first cooperative agency for worldwide freelance photographers.

In 40 year of his life, he covers five great wars.

He, is Robert Capa.

On August 14th, Daken Art Organization and Magnum Photos will bring the first Robert Capa Retrospective exhibition in Chinese Mainland. As an important event in 2017 International Urban Images Festival and a great show to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Magnum Photos, the Robert Capa Retrospective exhibition will be curated by Richard Whelan and Shan Zenghui. Richard Whelan is a noted cultural historian, scholar, and one of the great photography writers of the 20th Century. Shan Zenghui is a scholar of Chinese Photography and the co-founder of Daken Art Organization. The exhibition will last till September 5th, and Shenzhen University Art Museum will provide the exhibition space as a venue support.

In this exhibition, it will feature above 100 objects, including 96 prints of Capa’s classic black and white works from 1932 to 1954 and rarely-seen magazines, videos and archival documents.

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