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Bruno Barbey
Marmaris photo museum, the first museum dedicate to photography in Turkey, was inaugurated in november with a Bruno Barbey's exhibit on Morocco. Read full story
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... More...
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... More...
Apr 5, 2017
The Red Bulletin celebrates 70 years of sports photography by Magnum Photos with a global special section in the May edition and an exhibition at Hangar-7 in Salzburg.

The Red Bulletin and Magnum Photos will start a new partnership. In keeping with the spirit of visual storytelling, The Red Bulletin will showcase more than 40 select sporting images from Magnum’s unique contribution to photography.
The... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 24, 2017
La Baïo is a festival and historical reenactment that has taken place for several centuries in the valley of Sampeyre, in the Italian Alps. It commemorates the valley’s victory against the Saracen invasions, which occurred towards the end of the 10th century.
La Baïo brings together several diverse villages: the Baìo de Rore, Calchesio, Villar, and the Baìo de Sampeyre. It is celebrated every five... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 24, 2017
Colombian emeralds are known for being the most beautiful in the world and as such, it’s commonplace to see them embellishing fine pieces of jewelry in Europe and North America, alongside diamonds and other precious stones. Their exploitation however, is less shiny as the stones’ brilliance outshines violence, war, poverty, luck and misfortune.

Photographer Patrick Zachmann wanted to explore the story... More...