Gerla Taro

Collection by Annie Wright

Annie Wright
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. Henri Cartier Bresson, Steve Mccurry, Family Photography, Street Photography, Portrait Photography, Abstract Photography, Animal Photography, Landscape Photography, Nature Photography

Tragic story of Gerda Taro brought to life in new book

German-Hungarian photojournalist Gerda Taro was killed in 1937 while covering the Battle of Brunete during the Spanish Civil War.

Magnum Photos : “Gerda Taro and Robert Capa arrived in Barcelona on August two-and-a-half weeks after the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. Lee Miller, Magnum Photos, Museum Kunstpalast, Barcelona Training, War Photography, Museum Photography, Photography Exhibition, Documentary Photography, Street Photography

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

Unidentified Photographer, [Gerda Taro, Guadalajara, Spain], 1937 Gerda Taro, [Republican militiawoman training on the beach, outside Barcelona], August 1936 Gerda Taro, [Republican soldier playing the bugle, Valencia, Spain], March 1937 Gerda Taro, [Two Republican soldiers with a soldier on a stretcher, Navacerrada Pass, Segovia front, Spain], late May/early June 1937 Gerda Taro, [Burning truck, Battle…

May 70 years ago today, Magnum Photos Inc was registered in NY. 📷 The Founders: Robert Capa, David Seymour (Chim), George Rodger, Henri Cartier-Bresson Henri Cartier Bresson, Magnum Photos, Steve Mccurry, Martin Parr, Fotojournalismus, Vietnam, Elliott Erwitt, Susan Sontag, Vivian Maier

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

 Anti-fascist Militia Woman Taking a Break, Barcelona, Spanish Civil War, 1936 // Robert Capa Henri Cartier Bresson, Liberation Of Paris, First Indochina War, People Reading, New Museum, Magnum Photos, Women In History, Best Photographers, World War Ii

Rediscovered pictures from Spanish Civil War

A new museum has opened in the Spanish city of Pamplona, which houses a huge collection of photographs, including this selection from the Spanish Civil War.

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). Minimalist Photography, Urban Photography, Color Photography, Robert Doisneau, Paranormal Experience, Andre Kertesz, Edward Weston, Barcelona, Ansel Adams

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

In 1936 three Jewish refugees from Hitler, Robert Capa, David “Chim” Seymour, and Gerda Taro, went t James Nachtwey, Steve Mccurry, Henri Cartier Bresson, Lee Miller, Robert Doisneau, Family Photography, Street Photography, Nature Photography, Photography Tips

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

The Mexican Suitcase gives the public an opportunity to experience images drawn from this famous collection of recovered negatives. In December 2007, three boxes ...

Robert Capa "Gerda Taro, Robert Capa’s partner and the first great female war photographer. She was crushed to death by a tank covering the Spanish Civil War at the age of 26 in Henri Cartier Bresson, First Indochina War, Man Ray, Pekingese, Great Photographers, Magnum Photos, Little Dogs, Photojournalism, Historical Photos

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