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ICP celebrates 40 years


One of the things that impressed me is how Cornell Capa conceived the collection since the beginning as being the central part of his organization. It was aimed to provide a place for photographers to meet, to study and to exhibit their work, but also for the preservation of photographers' work. That was really crucial to him,  partly of course because he was the estate executor of his brother's archive.

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