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Featured Essays
Dec 18, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
On December 17th, the Cuban and United States governments announced that full diplomatic relations between the two countries will be restored. The story of how reconciliation was eventually reached is becoming clearer in the wake of the news, but what's already clear is the historic nature of the action, its deep political and diplomatic importance.

The 1959 Cuban Revolution came just over a decade... More...
Featured Essays
Dec 17, 2014
by Sohrab Hura
Barwani in the central state of Madhya Pradesh in India is one of the hottest regions in India. Since 2013, Sohrab Hura has been photographing the summer in Savariyapani, a small village panchayat secluded amongst the barren landscape of this region. With little rainfall and extreme temperatures life here can sometimes take on an unexpected reality in the twilight moments of the heat. (A work in progress)

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Featured Essays
Dec 12, 2014
by David Alan Harvey
The now famous Haenyeo (sea women) from Jeju Island, South Korea, jump from a fast moving boat into the sea and free dive down perhaps 50 ft in search of a variety of delicacy shellfish. These 60-80 year old women have been working together in this way since they were teenagers and can hold their breath in the deep for around two minutes. I was amazed every morning by these strong women and their boat-disembarking... More...
From the Archive
Dec 11, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Text by Éric Hazan
This homage to Paris by the great Magnum photographers reveals a multifaceted portrait of the city’s effervescent character in 270 photographs.
By documenting the everyday workings of the city, Magnum’s photographers capture the essence of Parisian life. Their photographs show the city as it lives and breathes—from fashion shows to underground jazz clubs, from the bustling metro... More...
From the Archive
Dec 10, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Exploring conflict around the world since 1947, Magnum photographers have, throughout the decades, often encountered the deplorable things that lie in darkest corners of a war. Specifically, photographers have always made an effort to capture the injustices of torture, to bear witness to the practice's brutal aftermaths and manifestations. Given the recent revelations concerning the American Central... More...
Featured Essays
Dec 8, 2014
by Mark Power
In the summer of 2014 internationally renowned and critically acclaimed British photographer Mark Power was invited to make a visual study of Stoke on Trent. What are the stories, landscapes, people and places that he found?

Like visual stories or postcards from the city the new work, made up of community and urban landscapes and portraits, illustrates the people and places of Stoke-on-Trent. ... More...
Events
Nov 1 — Dec 31 2014.
Feb 25 — Feb 28 2015.
Oct 22 — Nov 23 2014.
Books
New Book: Exiles (2014)
Josef Koudelka
Projects
Magnum Photos and Carnival Films join forces
Magnum Photos London