A new exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery in London provides a chance to see the work of photographer Robert Capa, once described as the greatest war photographer in the world.
Three boxes of his work containing over 3,500 negatives previously thought to have been lost were recently unearthed, and here Cynthia Young, the curator of these pictures at the International Center of Photography in New York, speaks about these and some of his more famous pictures.
Photographed, recorded and produced by Phil Coomes and Caroline Briggs
Archive photos copyright Magnum Photos and Cornell Capa/Magnum - International Center of Photography
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