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Bruno Barbey
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Images from the January 11th, 2015 republican march against terrorism and antisemitism in Paris. This massive demonstration occurred only days after the terror attacks in Paris. Read full story
Oct 19, 2018
Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros’ powerful photographs played an important role in moving the world to action and ultimately bringing the Second Liberian Civil War (1999-2003) to an end. 

Trapped with Liberian dictator Charles Taylor’s forces in besieged Monrovia in the summer of 2003, Chris braved artillery and rocket fire to send frontline pictures of women and children being killed by the hundreds.... More...
Magnum News
Oct 18, 2018
On the 1st November at 2pm five Magnum photographers will take part in Ultimate, an auction of fine art photography at Phillips in Berkeley Square, London. Featured photographers include Cristina de Middel, Newsha Tavakolian, Mikhael Subotzky, Alex Majoli and Jerome Sessini. More...
Oct 16, 2018
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
Magnum Photos first covered China on assignment in the 1930s, when Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson established what has become a long-standing cultural engagement with the ever-changing country. Magnum’s long history with China puts the agency in the unique position of being able to provide an in-depth photographic account of China, its people, and the changes they have witnessed over the last... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2018
In August 2018 Enri Canaj documented the lives of immigrants in Hotel House in Porto Recanati, a 17-floors building dating from 1970. In early days a luxury hotel, it has now become a house for a unknown number of migrants in Italy.
32 different nationalities and almost 3,000 residents being that 100 are Italian. Most of them are families.

As part of his ongoing work in Italy Enri Canaj photographed... More...
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