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Jul 10, 2018
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned on July 9. He becomes the third minister preferring to leave the British government in the last 24 hours, rather than supporting Theresa May’s plans for a soft Brexit, increasing the Prime Minister's legitimacy crisis.

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Jul 10, 2018
In late-March North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited Chinese President Xi Jinping and as of early-April, is scheduled to soon meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and in May, with President Trump. Kim has also said that he’s open to discussions concerning denuclearization. Analysts see this activity as a strategy to convince the UN to remove economic sanctions. In addition, cordial relations... More...
From the Archive
Jul 10, 2018
French film director Claude Lanzmann died on July 5, 2018 aged 92. Filmmaker, writer, journalist and philosopher, Claude Lanzmann will notably be remembered for directing Shoah, an epic documentary film almost ten hours long featuring the testimonies of Holocaust survivors. Lanzmann lived with Sartre’s longtime companion Simone de Beauvoir from 1952-1959 and was chief editor of Les Temps Modernes from... More...
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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Jul 4, 2018
Join us for an evening with Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata and Editor-in-Chief and Director of online photography magazine 1000 words.

In this talk, Tim Clark of 1000 words joins Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata in conversation, exploring d’Agata’s approaches to photography and his extensive body of work.

Born in Marseille, Antoine d’Agata left France in 1983 and remained overseas for the... More...