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Featured Essays
Jul 13, 2014
by David Alan Harvey
David Alan Harvey has been present in Rio de Janeiro, documenting life in the city during the second half of the World Cup. More...
Featured Essays
Jul 9, 2014
by Jean Gaumy
Exhibition catalogue. Exhibition at the Jumieges Abbey, France. May 29th to September 21st, 2014.

Format: Softcover
Size: 20 x 25 cm
Pages: 56
Publisher: Atalante/Le departement Seine-Maritime, 2014. More...
From the Archive
Jul 7, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Only July 8th, 1994 Kim Jong-il succeeded his father, Kim Il-sung, as Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) and would retain total control of the nation until his death in December, 2011. Soon after his death, his son Kim Jong-un assumed power, thus insuring the continuation of the heredity dictatorship established by Kim Il-sung. More...
From the Archive
Jul 3, 2014
by David Hurn
July 7th marks the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' film, "A Hard Days Night." Considered to be one of the most influential music films ever made, the comedy portrays two days in the lives of the Fab Four.
Photographer David Hurn documented the production of the film. More...
From the Archive
Jul 1, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
On July 2nd, 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into effect. This landmark legislation made racial, religious and gender discrimination illegal and finally outlawed all forms of public segregation.
During the following years, Congress worked to insure that all citizens were being granted every right granted by the US Constitution. More...
Featured Essays
Jun 23, 2014
by Alex Webb
“Time, my twin, take me by the hand through the streets of your city” — Ilya Kaminsky

Photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb take an elegiac look at Rochester, New York, a city that was for 125 years the home of Eastman Kodak, which declared bankruptcy in 2012. These images, taken during what may be the last days of film as we know it, are a meditation on film, memory, time, and the city... More...