Robert Capa and The Falling Soldier

Robert Capa, Death of a Loyalist militiaman, Cerro Muriano, Spain, Sept. 5, 1936
In early September 1936, with the Spanish Civil War less than two months old, a 22 year-old Robert Capa took a photograph that was to become a symbol of the Republican struggle against General Franco’s fascist insurgents. The story of the iconic image that both made and, years later, challenged Capa’s reputation as a war photographer, is just one strand of his life explored in a timely new show at the Barbican in London.

 

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