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Portrait of a City: Hull 2017
Oct 13, 2017
Magnum photographers Olivia Arthur and Martin Parr have been commissioned by Hull UK City of Culture to create their own, unique portrait of the evolving city.
Martin Parr has explored the rich culinary culture of Hull and Olivia Arthur, the creativity of the young people of the city. Collectively, these two series of work, on display for the first time in the exhibition Hull, Portrait of a City,...
Minneapolis' Somali Women
Aug 2, 2017
Minnesota is home to the America's largest Somali community. Despite the recently popular anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric, female community leaders have found ways to maintain their religious identity while integrating into American society.
On assignment for Pacific Standard, Olivia Arthur photographed these women who defy religious, racial and gender prejudice.
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The Sanitary Serviceman
Jan 6, 2017
In India, only 10% of the female population use sanitary pads, with the vast majority using an unhygienic rag - western-branded sanitary towels still cost more than a day's grocery for most people. This fact, allied to the issue of the menstruel cycle is a taboo subject, led Arunachalam Muruganantham, a metal worker by trade, to use his innovative skills to find a more hygienic solution for the vast...
Magnum Workshop Shanghai with Olivia Arthur, Chien-Chi Chang, Alex Majoli, Jacob Aue Sobol and Alessandra Sanguinetti
Jun 11, 2015
The Magnum Workshop Shanghai is an exciting new photographic development opportunity for regional and international photographers and marks Magnum’s first official presence in mainland China.
Produced in conjunction with Magnum’s image licensing agent, Imagine China, this five-day program will guide and encourage photographers in refining visual narratives in the Magnum tradition of documentary storytelling.
Exhibition and Book: Stranger
Jun 2, 2015
Magnum Print Room 22 May to 31 July 2015.
This new project by Olivia Arthur takes as its starting point a shipwreck that happened in 1961 and traces the footsteps of a fictional survivor through the modern city.
On 6 April 1961 the MV Dara, a ship carrying passengers between India, Pakistan and the Gulf, sunk just off the port of Dubai. An estimated 238 people lost their lives. But some bodies were...