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Feb 3, 2016
Magnum Photos is pleased to launch, in collaboration with Asia One, a new Masterclass in Hong Kong on the art of the photo book.

This book making masterclass, open to everyone and not only photographers, will provide an exclusive opportunity to edit and construct a bespoke photobook.

On March 23rd and 24th, Chris Steele-Perkins will lead an exclusive group of enthusiasts through this unique book... More...
Magnum News
Feb 5, 2016
by A. Abbas
IranWire and Journalism Is Not A Crime are thrilled to announce the launch of Abbas and the Revolution, a website celebrating the work of legendary Magnum photographer Abbas.

The site, www.abbas.site, produced by Maziar Bahari, Iranian journalist, filmmaker and director of IranWire and Journalism is Not a Crime, will go live on February 4, 2016, ahead of the 37th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution.

Through... More...
Magnum News
Feb 5, 2016
by Eli Reed
Eli Reed recently sat down with American Illustration and American Photography (AI-AP) for an interview.
Read it on their website. More...
Featured Essays
Feb 5, 2016
by Peter van Agtmael
Of the 4.5 million people who have fled the Syrian war, only 2,647 have been taken in by the United States. This is the story of the al-Haj Ali family in America.

Click here to read the story on The New York Times Magazine’s website.

Click here to see the entire edit.... More...
Featured Essays
Feb 2, 2016
by Richard Kalvar
Each year, leaders of government, politics, business, industry, education and the arts gather for a week of exchanges in the Swiss ski resort of Davos. Organized by the World Economic Forum, which describes itself as 'an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world', the forum also 'provides a collaborative framework for the world's leaders to address global... More...
Jan 29, 2016
by Patrick Zachmann
The CHRD presents an exhibition on the theme of travel and exile, featuring Patrick Zachmann’s film “Mare Mater”.

“This is about a journey, a journey through memories and exiles. A journey that spins and weaves all the destinies I stumble upon. The fate of the emigrants leaving their country south of the Mediterranean Sea in order to evade joblessness, boredom, the lack of a future, and the fate of... More...
Jan 29, 2016
by Raymond Depardon
Raymond Depardon focuses on the consequences of urban development in the second half of the 20th century: factories for sale on the periphery of cities surrounded by dozens of car parks, peri-urban areas that swallow up small cities and villages, overexploitation of coastal and high mountain areas...

“I visited very different places, with very different stories. I’ve made it a rule to keep a distance... More...
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