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Visual Storytelling Workshop in Tokyo with Thomas Dworzak
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.
They defend our freedoms - 30 years of Sakharov Prize
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.
Bieke Depoorter and Susan Meiselas in conversation at Aperture
May 21, 2018
Join two Magnum photographers for an evening of discussion in New York
Aperture Foundation, in collaboration with Magnum Photos, is pleased to present a night of conversation between Susan Meiselas and Bieke Depoorter. Join us for a night filled with insight and discussion between two of Magnum’s women photographers.
Meiselas and Depoorter, who both joined the agency in their...
From the Archive
Tom Wolfe: 1931-2018
May 16, 2018
American journalist and author Tom Wolfe has died at the age of 87. Wolfe, an influential member of the New Journalism movement, became well known with the release of "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" in 1968. Two of his books were made into blockbuster movies: "The Right Stuff" and "The Bonfire of the Vanities."
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RESIST ! The 1960s’ protests, photography and visual legacy
May 15, 2018
50 years ago Paris students took to the streets to protest against the conservative society and its moralising ideals. At the Centre for Fine Arts too, the concert hall was occupied for three months by young rebels, artists and thinkers.
The festival takes May ‘68 as the point of departure to zoom in on the turbulent sixties in which Russian tanks put an abrupt end to the Prague Spring, the Vietnam...