The Concerns of Roman Vishniac: Man, Nature and Science was a project directed by Cornell Capa. It was an exhibition organized by and promoted under the umbrella of The International Fund for Concerned Photography. The exhibition opened at the Jewish Museum in New York in 1971.
The Concerns of Roman Vishniac was also part of what was known as Concerned Photographer III. The first two iterations of the Concerned Photographer had publications the third and the fourth were a series of special programs, lectures, seminars and master Classes. The Concerns of Roman Vishniac was a master class that was produced in cooperation with New York University School of Continuing Education.