Kornel Friedmann Net Worth

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Cornell Capa (April 10, 1918 – May 23, 2008) was a Hungarian American photographer, member of Magnum Photos, and photo curator, and the younger brother of photo-journalist and war photographer Robert Capa. Graduating from Imre Madách Gymnasium in Budapest, he initially intended to study medicine, but instead joined his brother in Paris to pursue photography. Cornell was an ambitious photo enthusiast who founded the world-known International Center of Photography in New York in 1974 with help from Micha Bar-Am after a stint of working for both Life magazine and Magnum Photos.
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Date Of BirthApril 10, 1918
Place Of BirthBudapest, Austria-Hungary [now Hungary]
Weight106 pounds
ProfessionDirector, Camera Department, Miscellaneous Crew
Star SignAries
1His use of photography to illuminate humanitarian issues
1I hope I have made some good photographs, but what I really hope is that I have done some good photo stories with memorable images that make a point, and, perhaps, even make a difference.
1Best known for his photo coverage of social topics, including the destruction of Latin American native cultures, and Jewish heritage.
2He created well-known photo essays on the political campaigns of Adlai Stevenson, the Kennedys, and Nelson Rockefeller; the 1967 Six Day War; the Moscow Ballet School; and the Russian Orthodox Church.
3He originally wanted to become a doctor, but his older brother Robert inspired his interest in photography.
4President, Magnum Photos 1956-1960.
5Brother of photographer Robert Capa.
6Founded the International Center of Photography in New York City.
7Younger brother of war photographer Robert Capa.
8Served in the U.S. Air Force's photo intelligence unit during World War II.
9Founder and first director of the International Center of Photography (1974).
10No children.


The Decisive Moment1973Documentary short

Camera Department

The Misfits1961still photographer - uncredited


The Decisive Moment1973Documentary short project coordinator


Great Performances2002TV Series acknowledgment - 1 episode
War Photographer2001Documentary thanks: New York, International Center of Photography


Ruth Orkin: Frames of Life1996Documentary shortHimself

Known for movies

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