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From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
EUROPA: An Illustrated Introduction to Europe for Migrants and Refugees is a book created by a group of Magnum photographers and journalists who have been covering both the refugee crisis in Europe and the many contexts across the Middle East, Asia, and Africa that gave rise to these migrations. This book is launched in partnership with the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) as the first project... More...
From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
End of Year 2016 More...
From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
Cuba's former president Fidel Castro, one of the world's longest-serving and most iconic leaders, has died aged 90. Castro toppled the government in 1959, introducing a Communist revolution. He defied the US for decades, surviving many assassination plots. He had been in power for 49 years, until he delegated his presidential duties to his brother Raul Castro in July 2006. More...
From the Archive
Nov 30, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
A selection of iconic images and feature stories from the Magnum archive documenting Cuba from before the 1959 Revolution to the present day More...
From the Archive
Nov 2, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
Two seperate incidents of black men being killed by white police officers and a sniper’s attack on policemen in Dallas have rekindled public outcry in regards to the topics of discrimination and gun-control.

For the past two years the subject of police mistreatment of blacks has been at the forefront of national discussion. Police officers have been accused of using excessive force and racial profiling... More...
From the Archive
Nov 2, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
Abdul Sattar Edhi, creator of the largest public welfare charity in Pakistan, passed away on Friday, July 8th. He will be honoured with a state funeral. Edhi ran a string of charities, ranging from orphanages, safe houses for women, mental institutions, identification services for deceased homeless and much more. Chris Steele-Perkins, who photographed Edhi, shared his thoughts:

"Abdul Sattar Edhi... More...
From the Archive
Nov 2, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
UNESCO, the United Nations' cultural organisation has listed 17 works by pioneering Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier as world heritage sites. Le Corbusier spearheaded the modern movement after World War One, using iron, concrete and glass in a new focus on bold lines and functionality that did not appeal to everyone. The sites are in seven countries, including La Cite Radieuse in Marseille, Maison... More...
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