Photojournalist and founding member of Magnum photo agency, Robert Capa died in 1945 assuming that suitcases of his negatives were permanently lost during the Nazi invasion. He was mistaken. The negatives have a fascinating travel story of their own, and will finally find their way to a permanent resting place at the International Center of Photography founded by Cornell Capa, Robert’s brother. Upon their discovery, news of the suitcases and their contents sent shockwaves through the photography world. The images inside just may contain answers to many historical debates.
Read more of the enthralling story and about their years of hiding and journies!