By EW Staff
Updated March 05, 1993 at 05:00 AM EST

Cornell Capa: Photographs

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Like his late brother, Robert, Cornell Capa is best described in his own words as a ”concerned photographer.” From his work in New York during the 1930s to his photo essays for Life magazine in the ’50s and for the Magnum photo agency afterward, the emphasis has been on pictures that speak about events and movements. The eloquent pictures in Cornell Capa and Richard Whelan’s Cornell Capa: Photographs reveal a man of strong opinions and equally strong affections. A

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