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Sep 3, 2015
by Thomas Dworzak
The Bochum State Theater in collaboration with a local trucking company, is organizing a memorial event dedicated to the 71 unidentified migrants who were found dead in a small truck on the side of an Austrian highway last week.
A truck identical to the one in which the migrants’ remains had been found was brought to a square in front of the theater and the public invited to enter in groups of 71 so... More...
Magnum News
Sep 3, 2015
by Newsha Tavakolian
Photographer Newsha Tavakolian has been chosen to receive the 2015 Prince Claus Fund. More...
Featured Essays
Sep 1, 2015
by Jonas Bendiksen
Pete Bethune, an extreme eco-warrior from New Zealand, and his team of former special forces soldiers form a highly unusual group of environmental activists. Using the high-tech, high-speed, high-risk tactics of Navy Seals, SAS and other military forces, they attempt to board boats they suspect of fishing illegally, spend weeks in the jungle tracking poachers and conduct electronic surveillance.

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Sep 1, 2015
by Josef Koudelka
Midway between art and documentary, Josef Koudelka has forged a career that spans more than five decades, having been a member of Magnum Photos for over forty years.
This exhibition of more than 150 photographs covers his entire trajectory, covering his first experimental projects created in the late 1950s and 1960s, his historical series Gypsies, Invasion and Exiles, and his major panoramic landscapes... More...
Featured Essays
Aug 31, 2015
by Alec Soth
Alec Soth traveled to New Orleans to document the "city of water" 10 years after Hurricane Katrina. More...
From the Archive
Aug 31, 2015
by Christopher Anderson
Oliver Sacks, medical doctor and acclaimed writer, has died at the age of 82. More...
Featured Essays
Aug 31, 2015
by Antoine D'Agata
At the borders of Europe, migrants try to force their way into this impenetrable citadel. Migrants, a generic name for lives that are nonetheless distinct. Through photography and video, Antoine d’Agata distances himself from a sensational or dramatic approach. He gets right up close to the experience and the odyssey of these men and women. Their everyday lives consist of vagabond journeyings along... More...
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