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Apr 26, 2018
Join a unique intensive exercise to create a photobook in 4 days

Magnum Photos is excited to give to Cristina de Middel a carte blanche to lead a group of 12 students through 4 days - 96 hours - of intensive creative exercise in Paris.


Breaking down the boundaries between documentation and fiction, Cristina de Middel will introduce students to her practice and then deliver an assignment to the... More...
Magnum News
Apr 25, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
April 25, 2018

It is with great sadness that Magnum Photos announces the death of Abbas who passed away earlier today at the age of 74.
Magnum’s current president Thomas Dworzak paid tribute to the veteran photographer, who for many at the agency has been both a friend and mentor:
“He was a pillar of Magnum, a godfather for a generation of younger photojournalists. An Iranian transplanted to Paris,... More...
Featured Essays
Apr 24, 2018
by Sohrab Hura
At age 26 Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, the heir to the throne of Rajpipla, was wed to a suitable princess. He had hoped that a “normal” marriage followed by the birth of children would bring peace to his mind, but he was more miserable than ever. The marriage had not been consummated and after just a year together, Gohil’s bride filed for divorce. Confused and frustrated with himself, he suffered... More...
Magnum News
Apr 24, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum Chronicles: A newspaper series.
Brief visual journeys through subjects of our times.

Magnum Photos have launched a newspaper series to provide a new vehicle for exploring key issues of modern times. The first issue, A Brief Visual History in the Time of ISIS, includes over 40 images from the Magnum archive, exploring the history and effects of the fall-out from ISIS and their actions over the... More...
Featured Essays
Apr 24, 2018
by Moises Saman
Eight years after the end of Sri Lanka´s civil war, women are still desperately trying to receive information about their missing loved ones, Amnesty International estimates the number of disappeared could be as high as 100,000. The U.N. says the country has the second highest number of reported disappearances of all nations since 1980, behind Iraq.
Moises Saman examined the North’s difficult post-war... More...
Featured Essays
Apr 24, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
As it emerges that the UK government was aware of the uncertain status of the Windrush generation for years we take a look at images from our archive of the influence and impact of those who came to the UK during this time to seek new lives, many of them as children - believing in their status as British citizens until later in life when the government having destroyed their documentation denied their... More...
From the Archive
Apr 24, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
On April 19, Raul Castro, 86, shall hand power over to 57-year-old Miguel Diaz-Canel. For the first time since almost sixty years, the country will no longer be headed by a Castro.
What will be M. Díaz-Canel's latitude to change things in modern Cuba ? Analysts are wandering as Raúl Castro is expected to continue to be of considerable influence on state policy even after stepping down as president.
A... More...
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