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Bruno Barbey
“Rio – Uma Paixão Francesa” (Rio, A French Passion) - a photographic exhibition that had been held at the Art Museum of Rio in 2015, in collaboration with Jean-Luc Monterosso (MEP), Mitlon Guran and Cristianne Rodrigues.
The exhibition shows Rio de Janeiro as seen by French Photographers Bruno Barbey, Raymond Depardon and others.

Apr 22, 2018
Produce new work and refine your visual storytelling skills under the guidance of renowned Magnum photographer Thomas Dworzak.

Apply now for this five-day intensive workshop hosted by Magnum Tokyo that will push participants to examine their photographic practice through in-depth portfolio critiques and peer-to-peer discussions, and challenge them to create new work as part of a group practical assignment.

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Apr 18, 2018
The Magnum Photos Home Exhibition will open for its first second instalment in London. Featuring work from 16 of Magnum photographers, the show is an exploration of what home means to each participant and is a unique insight into each of their personal styles and artistic voices.

“What is ‘home’? Instinctively, the image of a peaceful haven comes to mind. A cocoon where one feels secure, loved and... More...
Featured Essays
Apr 17, 2018
This region of eastern Ukraine includes both the separatist Donetsk and Luhansk districts (the self-declared Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics) and the area controlled by the Ukrainian Army. There is no physical demarcation. Before the war, Donbass was the most densely populated territory of Ukraine, apart from the capital city of Kiev.
The region sits on a rich vein of coal which built its economy... More...
From the Archive
Apr 17, 2018
The Syrian civil war began in early spring 2011 in the southern city of Deraa, where pro-democracy uprisings erupted against Bashar al-Assad government. The violent response led to an armed rebellion by various Islamist, nationalist and secular groups opposed to Assad.
In those years, the conflict has caused large-scale death and destruction making it the largest and most complex humanitarian crisis... More...
Featured Essays
Apr 17, 2018
On March 9th hundreds of people lined up in front of John Glenn’s former suburban Maryland home with hopes of buying mementos of the late astronaut/politician. The estate sale included items such as his Senate chair, jewelry, home/office decorations, and clothing related to his military service and 1998 space flight. Understandably, prices were set high - one of the flight jackets sold for $28,500.... More...