ROBERT CAPA EXHIBITION in Italy
Udine – Villa Manin (Passariano Codroipo) ROBERT CAPA “LA REALTA DI FRONTE” 20 October 2013 – 19 January 2014
– EXTRAORDINARY POSTPONED TILL FEBRUARY THE 2ND 2014 –
From October 20th 2013 until February 2nd 2014 the Villa Manin in the heart of Friuli Venezia Giulia close by Udine is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the famous war photographer Robert Capa.
The exhibition is timed to coincide both with the 70th anniversary of the landing of the Allied Forces in Italy at the end of World War II and with what would have been Capa‘s 100th birthday.
Robert Capa Exhibition in Italy_ an unforgettable Venues: Villa Manin
The majestic ensemble of Villa Manin, located close to Udine, easily reach by car in 20 minutes, is one of the most important artistic monuments in Friuli Venezia Giulia and is hosting at the moment all the major experiences that characterize the work of Robert Capa: the Spanish Civil War, the War between China and Japan, the Second World War with the Normandy landings, the Russia of the Second World War, the birth of the state of Israel and, finally, the conflict in Indochina, where Capa died in 1954.
Take the chance to see an historic document as well one of the most popular symbols of the tourism and culture of the area.
All major Italian singers and many other from all over the world, among those Bruce Springsteen, held there their performance.
RoberT Capa Exhibition can be visited:
Tuesday to Friday: 10-13 / 15-18
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: 10-19
Closed on Mondays
Take advantage of Hotel Suite Inn Special Offer during Robert Capa Exhibition.
Hotel Suite Inn Udine, our cosy 3 star Hotel in Udine, offers you a special package for this special occasion.
*2 nights in a double room,
*our culinary manifold breakfast buffet, with a good choice of salty and sweet food, organic food corner, celiac food corner
*free WiFi as well as parking at your disposal!
*Early Check in and late check out according availability
*nr. 2 FVG CARD to get free entrance to the Exhibition “Robert Capa” as well to all museums in Udine and in the Region,