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Nov 16, 2017
The Magnum Print Room in London hosts an exhibition of work from the collaborative project 'Children's World', alongside images from David Seymour's series 'Children of Europe'
Vintage photographs from David ‘Chim’ Seymour’s ‘Children of Europe’ series will go on display for the first time in the UK. Chim was commissioned by UNICEF following World War II to document the conflict’s impact on children...
Guy Le Querrec in Brittany
Oct 14, 2017
In 2011, the CAP opened the exhibition “Jazz jour et nuit” by Guy Le Querrec in the presence of the photographer. During the reunions, new meetings, and discussions, the photographer revealed that he took more than five thousand photos in Brittany between 1965 and 1980. Since the beginning of 2012, these photographs, including icons but mostly originals, are meticulously selected for that unique pooling...
Magnum Photos Now: On Empathy & Photography
Sep 28, 2016
Frobisher Auditorium 2, Barbican Centre
8 December 2016
What compels photographers to record historic events? Why do they choose to engage in dangerous, difficult work? How do they stay emotionally involved, and what is their legacy today?
Join Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur, Director of Creative Content at Save the Children Jess Crombie, and writer and photographer Colin Pantall, as they...
Magnum Photos Now: New Blood
Dec 8, 2016
19 January 2017
Frobisher Auditorium 2
Join us for a presentation and discussion between photographers Matt Stuart and Bieke Depoorter who recently became Magnum Photos' nominee and full member respectively. The discussion will focus on the individual practice of Magnum's new recruits, from traditional photojournalism to a more art based approach to personal projects; and will explore what the...
Home port Hamburg. 1930 - 1966
Dec 5, 2016
Hamburg is the home town of Herbert List. The port city is the place where the first endeavors with his camera took place and his friendship to Bauhaus apprentice Andreas Feininger turned him into a dyed in the wool Rolleiflex user. The middle format with only 12 exposures per film played a key role for him in rather focussing on composition than speed while shooting. Supplementing his contemplative...