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Oct 18, 2018
On the 1st November at 2pm five Magnum photographers will take part in Ultimate, an auction of fine art photography at Phillips in Berkeley Square, London. Featured photographers include Cristina de Middel, Newsha Tavakolian, Mikhael Subotzky, Alex Majoli and Jerome Sessini. More...
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum Photos first covered China on assignment in the 1930s, when Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson established what has become a long-standing cultural engagement with the ever-changing country. Magnum’s long history with China puts the agency in the unique position of being able to provide an in-depth photographic account of China, its people, and the changes they have witnessed over the last... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
by Enri Canaj
In August 2018 Enri Canaj documented the lives of immigrants in Hotel House in Porto Recanati, a 17-floors building dating from 1970. In early days a luxury hotel, it has now become a house for a unknown number of migrants in Italy.
32 different nationalities and almost 3,000 residents being that 100 are Italian. Most of them are families.

As part of his ongoing work in Italy Enri Canaj photographed... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
by Mark Power
Over the past six years, photographer Mark Power has travelled across the US to create a complex visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. This new book, Good Morning, America (Volume One), represents a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape, and the divergence of reality and myth.

Good Morning, America (Volume One) is the first in a series... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
by Richard Kalvar
The youngest section of the very high and respected Académie des beaux-arts welcomes a new artist to the chair of photography created in 2005. Elected in 2016 to the rank of academician, Magnum photographer Jean Gaumy officially sits in his chair on Wednesday, October 10, 2018. He joins the photographers Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Sebastiao Salgado and Bruno Barbey.

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From the Archive
Oct 16, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Pope Francis has conferred sainthood on Salvadoran Archbishop Óscar Romero.
During the civil war in his native El Salvador, Romero criticized combatants from both sides, pleading for peace, justice, and relief for the poor. On March 24, 1980 he was murdered while conducting mass. News of Romero's death spread quickly and resulted in an increase in violence which wouldn't end for 12 years.
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Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
by Ian Berry
Colombians roundly rejected a political party founded by former FARC insurgents in the recent presidential election. The Common Alternative Revolutionary Force (Fuerza Alternativa Revolucionaria del Común), formed in 2017, went to the ballet box for the first time since the peace treaty was signed with the Government on November 24, 2016. Former rebels turned politicians hoped to win a popular mandate... More...
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