May 19, 2022
Polish Experience

“Colours of Ruins” – the photographs of Henry N. Cobb

 

“Colours of Ruins” – the photographs of Henry N. Cobb

Photographs from the exhibition “Colours of Ruins” by Henry N. Cobb. The photographs were made in 1947. Henry N. Cobb came to Europe with a group of American architects as part of the World Studytour education trip, a series of tours though which their participants were to learn about the post-war reconstruction of European cities. The photographer brought home some 100 photographs; some of them were shown for the first time as part of the exhibition in Warsaw in 2013.

https://culture.pl/en/gallery/colours-of-ruins-the-photographs-of-henry-n-cobb-image-gallery

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