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Bruno Barbey
“Rio – Uma Paixão Francesa” (Rio, A French Passion) - a photographic exhibition that had been held at the Art Museum of Rio in 2015, in collaboration with Jean-Luc Monterosso (MEP), Mitlon Guran and Cristianne Rodrigues.
The exhibition shows Rio de Janeiro as seen by French Photographers Bruno Barbey, Raymond Depardon and others.

Aug 14, 2018
Novelist Sir VS Naipaul, who won the Nobel Prize in literature in 2001, has died aged 85, Sir Vidia, who was born in rural Trinidad in 1932, wrote more than 30 books including A Bend in the River and his masterpiece, A House for Mr Biswas.

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Aug 9, 2018
Join us for an in-conversation with Magnum photographer Carolyn Drake, as we explore the dynamic between photographer and subject in photographic portraiture. Working with her subjects over an extended period of time, Drake often invites her subjects to become an active participant in her creative process, the results revealing a multitude of perspectives to intimate or complex narratives.

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Featured Essays
Aug 7, 2018
The Yazidi people of northwest Iraq had been targeted by ISIL during the latter’s invasion in 2014. Fleeing their homes, they found sheltered atop Mount Sinjar the the surrounding hills.

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From the Archive
Aug 7, 2018
Famed chef Joel Robuchon has died at age 73. Robuchon started as a chef in 1970 at the Hotel Concorde Lafayette in Paris. He obtained his two first Michelin stars in 1978. Robuchon's restaurant, Jasmin, got three Michelin stars in 1984 and he was named "Chef of the Century" by the Gault & Millau - Michelin's rival guide - in 1990. Despite this success, he retired from high gastronomy in 1996.

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Featured Essays
Aug 7, 2018
Though active for the past 50 years, artist Mary Corse is now being popularly recognized as a key contributor to the Light and Space movement. In 2018, Corse’s work is being exhibited at Dia:Beacon, London’s Lisson Gallery, and her survey show will open at the Whitney Museum in June.
Carolyn Drake photographed Corse at her hilltop studio outside of Los Angeles.

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