- See images selected from a collection of almost 1,000 Capa photographs from the Hungarian National Museum
- Learn about the photojournalist's life, see his handwriting and learn why he became known as one of the top war photographers of his time
- Don't miss the changing exhibitions packed with just as much insight and talent
Hear Capa's voice, get a look at his handwriting and learn about the incredible, risky and oftentimes unbelievable life of the late Hungarian photographer - also known as the 'maverick from Budapest'.
Robert Capa made photo-history with his accounts of the Spanish Civil War, WWII, China, and Vietnam. In the words of his brother, "he lived a lot and suffered a lot during his short life. He was born poor and died poor."
See the Hungary-born photojournalist's life laid out in photos at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center. Exhibits have been selected from a collection of almost 1,000 photographs from the Hungarian National Museum.
Witness the visual legacy of a storytelling legend, who became known as one of the top war photographers of his time. And don't miss the changing exhibitions.
It's a truly inspiring look at the life of a man who took many risks in the name of his passion, art, and humanity.
- Access to the Robert Capa Center for Contemporary Photography
- Access to one of the exhibitions
- Access to the Project Room exhibitions (free to attend all year round)
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Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.