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From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
EUROPA: An Illustrated Introduction to Europe for Migrants and Refugees is a book created by a group of Magnum photographers and journalists who have been covering both the refugee crisis in Europe and the many contexts across the Middle East, Asia, and Africa that gave rise to these migrations. This book is launched in partnership with the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) as the first project... More...
From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
End of Year 2016 More...
Nov 30, 2016
by Alec Soth
Dr. Madan Kataria created Laughter Yoga as a method of addressing stress, depression, and negativity. On assignment for the New York Times Magazine, Alec Soth traveled to Bangalore to photograph and practice this unique form of therapy. He noted: “It’s an incredibly thin line between laughter and crying. It just spontaneously happened then — it doesn’t happen anymore. I was just cracking open a new... More...
From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
Cuba's former president Fidel Castro, one of the world's longest-serving and most iconic leaders, has died aged 90. Castro toppled the government in 1959, introducing a Communist revolution. He defied the US for decades, surviving many assassination plots. He had been in power for 49 years, until he delegated his presidential duties to his brother Raul Castro in July 2006. More...
From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
A selection of iconic images and feature stories from the Magnum archive documenting Cuba from before the 1959 Revolution to the present day More...
Nov 30, 2016
by Matt Black
The third of photographer Matt Black’s cross-country trips, for his ongoing project the Geography of Poverty, took him on a journey of 23,000 miles across 22 states. From farm towns in Central California and ranching communities Oregon, across Native American reservations on the Great Plains, to the political convention cities of Cleveland, Ohio, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the project took the... More...
Nov 30, 2016
by A. Abbas
On the eve of Yom Kippur, the day of atonement for the Jews, takes place the ritual of Kapparot: to collect the year’s sins, a rooster is held above the head of the celebrant, who reads a special prayer, sometimes on a smartphone. The hen is slaughtered and its meat given to the needy and the poor as an act of charity. More...
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