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Richard Kalvar
American, b. 1944
Magnum Photos is proud to announce a 5 day workshop by Richard Kalvar on (Street) Photography as part of an extensive workshop programme at this year's Miami Street Photography Festival.

“I’m not crazy about the term “street photography” to describe what I do, because it’s not necessarily done on the street. The pictures can be taken on a farm, at the zoo, in an office, and so on. Let’s say we co Read full story
Featured Essays
Jun 17, 2016
Richard Kalvar went to Eurosatory, the French international weapons fair for the defense industry, which is held every two years in Paris. The 2016 edition welcomed official armies and private security firms from 94 different countries and more than 50.000 visitors. Among its prestigious visitors was François Fillon (former French Prime Minister) and Jean-Yves Le Drian (current French Ministry of Defense).... More...
Jun 17, 2016
Richard Kalvar spent the opening match of the Euro 2016 in the fan zone of the Champ de Mars, near the Eiffel Tower. Security was at its maximum as threats of terrorist attacks are at its highest level, but what Richard Kalvar covered was completely different: joy, team spirit and effervescence. That's what the Euros are about!

France 2 -1 Romania (10/06/2016)

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Featured Essays
Feb 2, 2016
Each year, leaders of government, politics, business, industry, education and the arts gather for a week of exchanges in the Swiss ski resort of Davos. Organized by the World Economic Forum, which describes itself as 'an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world', the forum also 'provides a collaborative framework for the world's leaders to address global... More...
Apr 10, 2013
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Mar 26, 2013
Last week I did a Facebook chat/interview with Blake Andrews. It’s an interesting format, because you express yourself spontaneously but can correct what you write. After it was over, Blake sent me a few more questions to answer that he had forgotten to ask, and I was able to make myself sound a little more coherent. You should check it out:

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