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Apr 24, 2017
This is a very special opportunity to show and discuss your work in an intimate atmosphere, in the Magnum Tokyo office with Moises Saman.

Moises will share with you his inspiring vision on Photography and help you to take your work to the next level.

This weekend masterclass will incorporate a group portfolio review, a mini-assignment with a follow-up group critique of images produced in class, and... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 19, 2017
by Magnum Photographers
This book presents a collection, stored in the Magnum archives in Paris in boxes and bearing the name of each of the photographers, the “postcard” prints sent out to the European Magnum agents for distribution to the press between 1947 and the end of the 1970s.
Yet this archive only contains a tiny fraction of the hundreds of thousands of prints distributed by the Paris office during those 30 years.... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 19, 2017
by Peter van Agtmael
In late January, Peter van Agtmael traveled to Guantanamo Bay to photograph the controversial US military prison. Established under the George W. Bush administration during the War on Terror and constructed within the existing US Navy base, the compound was intended to hold the most dangerous terror suspects. Barack Obama was unable to follow through with his promise to close the detention camp but... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 19, 2017
by Bieke Depoorter
Who Knows / Mumkin by Bieke Depoorter has received the "Prix Levallois" award for the edition 2017.
"Since the beginning of the revolution in 2011, during several key moments in the uprising, I travelled to Egypt regularly. Trying to find trust in times of turmoil and suspicion, where private life is often shielded. I asked people I met by chance if I could spend the night at their homes. This way... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 19, 2017
by Magnum Photographers
In regards to photography, the Golden Hour occurs soon after sunrise and before sunset, when the sun is low in the sky and daylight appears more red than during the rest of the day. The New Yorker took advantage of the concentration of Magnum members who were visiting NYC for the agency’s Annual General Meeting and tasked them with photographing the city during Golden Hour during some of the longest... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 19, 2017
by Patrick Zachmann
A group of religious leaders have been traveling through Europe on a “Muslim March Against Terrorism,” visiting sites of recent attacks and speaking out against the violence. On Tuesday, July 11, Patrick Zachmann photographed the group as it stopped in front of the Bataclan and Hyper Cacher supermarket, both sites of terrorist attacks in France in 2015. Franco-Tunisian Imam Hassen Chalghoumi and Franco-Jewish... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 19, 2017
by Larry Towell
New Mexico is the home of some 19 living pueblos (villages) where Pueblo Indians from five language groups, currently live. They are the Piro, Hopi, Zuni, Keresan, and Tano with its three subgroups: Tiwa, Tewa and Towa. The state also hosts dozens of historic sites where Native Americans lived and farmed long before the Spanish arrived in 1539 which lead to their eventual subjugation. When the US government... More...
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