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May 23, 2017
by Sohrab Hura
The Invisible Thread: Used by magicians to levitate and animate small lightweight objects and to create other such illusions.

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May 18, 2017
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum Photos and G.F Smith Photographic have collaborated to explore Magnum’s long history with the advertising industry, featuring notable archival and contemporary examples of Magnum’s work in this area over the last 70 years. The exhibition will recreate work on corresponding historical papers from
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May 18, 2017
by A. Abbas
On Sunday, May 14, 2017, Emmanuel Macron assumed office and officially became the President of France. Abbas photographed outgoing President François Hollande leaving the Élysée Palace and passing on the Presidency to his protégé, Macron.

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May 18, 2017
by Christopher Anderson
On assignment for The New York Times Magazine, Christopher Anderson photographed Donald Trump in the Oval Office two months after his inauguration.

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May 18, 2017
by Jean Gaumy
Edouard Philippe, a French lawyer and center-right politician, has been named Prime Minister by Emmanuel Macron. Philippe has been the mayor of Le Havre, a city in north-western France, since 2010; and he has served in the National Assembly representing the 7th constituency of Seine-Maritime since 2012.

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May 9, 2017
by Carl De Keyzer
In Moments Before the Flood, Carl De Keyzer portrayed a Europe on the cusp of drowning, flooded due to climate change. In Higher Ground, the flood has already passed. His images show people that have fled to the high mountains, depicting a fictional world of tomorrow. A large portion of the work is irony, but it bears an uncomfortably close semblance to scientific predictions of the future.

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May 9, 2017
by Newsha Tavakolian
During Newsha Tavakolian’s youth the political and social climate in Iran prevented families from taking vacations to public sites but today, Iranians are eager to venture out and explore the country. On assignment for the New Yorker, Tavakolian visited some of these vacation destinations, some historic and others rich in natural beauty.

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