Gerda Taro (1910–1937) was a pioneering photojournalist whose brief career consisted almost exclusively of dramatic photographs from the front lines of the Spanish Civil War. Her photographs were widely reproduced in the French leftist press, and incorporated the dynamic camera angles of New Vision photographyas well as a physical and emotional closeness to her subject. Taro worked alongside Robert Capa, who was her photographic as well as romantic partner, and the two collaborated closely.

Tragic story of Gerda Taro brought to life in new book

Gerda Taro war photographer, and the companion and professional partner of photographer Robert Capa. Taro is regarded as the first female photojournalist to cover the front lines of a war and to die while doing so.

Guerra Civil Española Foto de Guerda Taro. The heroine in Alt (J) - Taro. My…

Young girl preparing for sentry duty in Israel, 1951

Republican militiawoman training on the beach, outside Barcelona, August 1936 Centennial of Gerda Taro’s Birth, August 1, 1910 « Fans in a Flashbulb In her brief but dramatic career, Gerda Taro (1910–1937) made some of the most striking photographs to come from the front lines of the Spanish Civil War. A pioneering photojournalist, Taro combined the dynamic camera angles of New Vision photography with an emotional and physical closeness to her subjects.

Centennial of Gerda Taro’s Birth, August 1, 1910

Gerda Taro [Republican militiawoman training on the beach, outside Barcelona], August 1936 © Gerda Taro/ International Center of Photography.

Gerda Taro #photography @Qomomolo © International Center of Photography SPAIN. 1936. Spanish Civil War.

Gerda Taro © International Center of Photography Spanish Civil War, 1936

Tres milicianas. Autora: Gerda Taro (1910-1937)

© Gerda Taro/ International Center of Photography

Robert Capa Anti-Fascist Militia Woman, Barcelona 1936

Rediscovered pictures from Spanish Civil War

Anti-fascist Militia Woman Taking a Break, Barcelona, Spanish Civil War, 1936 // Robert Capa

Gerda Taro #photography @Qomomolo Robert Capa, Segovia front, Spain, late May/early June 1937

Gerda Taro Robert Capa, Segovia front, Spain, late May/early June 1937

Gerda Taro :: Republican militiawomen training on the beach, outside Barcelona, August 1936

Gerda Taro biography - Gerda Taro (born Gerta Pohorylle) was a photographer of war, as well as a work partner and companion of Robert Capa (born Friedmann Endre).

July 1937 Young Republican soldiers By Gerda Taro

(From the Mexican Suitcase)//Gerda Taro

Gerda Taro, Crowd at the gate of the morgue after the air raid, Valencia, 1937

The Mexican Suitcase: Rediscovered Spanish Civil War Negatives by Capa, Chim, and Taro

Valence, mai après un raid aérien,les grilles de la morgue.

Refugees from Málaga in Almería, Spain, Feb 1937//Gerda Taro

Gerda Taro’s photos possess an emotional power that’s off the charts. Refugees from Málaga in Almería, Spain—Gerda Taro,

IN FOCUS This Robert Capa photo, circa 1936, shows Gerda Taroin Paris. A year later, she was killed on assignment in Spain.

In Love and War

photographer Gerda Taro with a dog, Paris [ca.

Pinterest
Search