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South African, b. 1981 (Member)
Life Around Chernobyl
Jun 21, 2019
Thirty-three years after the nuclear disaster, Chernobyl has surged back into the popular consciousness. The recently released HBO’s miniseries of the same name has propelled this historical event back into the mainstream.
Explosions, radiation sickness, evacuations and contamination have all been part of the immediate timeline of events of Chernobyl. But what have been the long-term socio-economic...
Magnum Professional Practice Series with Tbilisi Photo Festival
Jun 20, 2019
Get insights about the industry from a Magnum photographer and professionals.
Magnum Photos and and Tbilisi Photography Festival are proud to present the first in a series of professional practice workshops taking place in Tbilisi, Georgia, during the opening weekend of the festival.
Join us for a two-day masterclass aimed at enhancing and defining your documentary style and practice. If you’re...
Gloria Vanderbilt: 1924 - 2019
Jun 19, 2019
Gloria Vanderbilt, the iconic American socialite, has died at the age of 95. As the heir to her family's enormous 19th-century railroad fortune, Vanderbilt's personal and professional life was often in the public eye and the focus of media attention.
Vanderbilt leaves behind a legacy as a model, artist, writer, actress, fashion designer and mother of 4, including the American journalist Anderson Cooper....
The Camera is God by Trent Parke
Jun 10, 2019
Trent Parke’s long-term study of an Adelaide pedestrian crossing goes on show in Magnum’s London exhibition space
The project, The Camera is God, saw Trent Parke shooting on an Adelaide pedestrian crossing, at the same time of day, every day, for nearly a year, capturing pedestrians waiting for the lights to change, bustling and jostling, yawning, fighting, shouting. Parke used a shutter release firing...
Koudelka’s Invasion: Prague 68 at La Gacilly Photo Festival
Jun 18, 2019
The Magnum photographer’s seminal work goes on show at the French photography festival In 1968, Josef Koudelka was 30 years old. He had just spent six
years photographing gypsies and the world of theatre, but his first experience in covering current affairs came with the Prague Spring. In the night of 21st August, the tanks of the Warsaw Pact entered the Czech capital. Having returned from Romania...