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Education
Dec 23, 2016
17th March– 23rd March 2017

Magnum Photos is delighted to announce the next 7-day Photography workshop in Tokyo, led by Magnum photographers Moises Saman, Newsha Tavakolian and Matt Stuart with the support of the Nippon Photography Institute.

The event will take place at the Nippon Photography Institute located in heart of Tokyo, in Shibuya.
Nippon Photography Institute (NPI) has more than 40 years... More...
Featured Essays
Jan 16, 2017
by John Vink
Once upon a time, snowfall was abundant in the Alps. Villagers were mostly confined to their home during the long winter months and local economy of the Alps came to standstill. In the 1930’s well-off tourists ventured to the higher valleys and started tracing tracks on the virgin slopes with skis. A mainly luxurious infrastructure was set up little by little. Mountain tourism during the winter was... More...
Featured Essays
Jan 16, 2017
by Jacob Aue Sobol
“With and Without You” is a tribute to Sobol's father who died when he was 20 years old. Printed on his 40th birthday it contains highlights of all the work he created the last two decades, which his father never got to see.

Format: Hardcover
Size: 25 x19 cm
Pages: 224
Publisher; Super Labo, 2016


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From the Archive
Jan 16, 2017
by Magnum Photographers
Former President of Iran Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani has died at the age of 82 on January 8, 2017. A man in the shadows, he was a fundamental negotiator in favor of the end of the war against Iraq. He pushed for Khamenei's nomination to the role of Supreme Leader, and was himself president of the Islamic Republic from 1989 to 1997. Disputes internal to the balance of power prevent him from running for... More...
Featured Essays
Jan 6, 2017
by Ian Berry
Surely FairTrade is about coffee and bananas, isn’t it? Yes, but the FairTrade Organisation is quick to point out that it doesn’t matter what the commodity is, people should get a fair price for the work they do and in Africa gold miners are being ripped off. It’s not as though they have a choice, it’s dig or starve and it’s accept a pittance for their labours or work harder the following day. FairTrade... More...
From the Archive
Jan 6, 2017
by Magnum Photographers
Archive - John Berger: 1926-2017Magnum PhotographersEnglish art critic, novelist, painter and poet John Peter Berger has died on 2 January 2017.


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Featured Essays
Jan 6, 2017
by Lorenzo Meloni
Twenty-one years after the release of the cult movie on French Suburbs, La Haine, which was shot by Mathieu Kassovitz in Chanteloup-les-Vignes, Lorenzo Meloni revisited the town which used to be one of Paris' toughest suburban neighbourhoods.
With high unemployment, the absence of public transportation, general dirtiness, and only basic shops, in the 1990s, riots were part of daily life there. Today,... More...
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