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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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Featured Essays
May 22, 2018
On Saturday, 19th of May, Prince Harry will wed Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel, inside the walls of Windsor Castle. Magnum photographers Martin Parr, Stuart Franklin, Thomas Dworzak and Gueorgui Pinkhassov captured the day’s events, both official and community-led, around the country throughout the weekend.

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From the Archive
May 22, 2018
Despite years of tensions and their annexation by the Soviet Union in the 1920s, 2018 celebrates 100 years of the historical independence of Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan from Russia. All three (re) acquired their independence from the Soviet Union in 1991 after decades of conflict. The Soviet area end gave way to an escalation of violence in certain constituent territories of these republics. Though... More...
Featured Essays
May 22, 2018
Saipan Island, in the Northern Mariana Islands, has been a US territory ever since it was captured from Japan during a notoriously bloody battle in 1944. Until the 1990s, the island’s economy relied almost entirely on the American military presence. For ten years, beginning in the late-90s, the garment industry exploited unregulated labor regulations and since then, the island has been a fledgling... More...
May 22, 2018
Images by Magnum Photographers to be displayed across Lovers’ Bridge in Sofia in a special outdoor exhibition

The work of images of four Magnum photographers exploring freedom of thought, freedom of expression, and the fight against discrimination and violence against women will be on display from 25 May until 6 June on Lovers’ bridge in Sofia, in celebration of 30 years of the Sakharov prize.
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