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Nov 21, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
November 21, 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Verrazano Bridge. Linking the boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island, it was the worlds longest suspension bridge until 1981. The bridge remains the longest bridge span in North and South America and is crossed by an estimated 190,000 cars a day.

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Nov 20, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
German-American stage, TV and film director Mike Nichols has passed away at the age of 83. He's among the few artists who has won an Emmy, Tony Award and an Oscar, receiving the latter in 1968 for directing The Graduate.
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Nov 18, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the beginning of the Velvet Revolution. Peaceful demonstrations lead to the Communist Party losing it's monopoly over the Czechoslovakian government.
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Nov 13, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
On November 13th, 1994 the Channel Tunnel was first used to transport people between France and England. More...
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Nov 6, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
November 9th marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

At the end of World War II, the Allied powers divided Germany into four zones, controlled by either the United States, Great Britain, France, or the Soviet Union. The same was done with Germany’s capital city,Berlin. Since the city of Berlin had been situated entirely within the Soviet zone of occupation, West Berlin became an... More...
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Nov 3, 2014
by Josef Koudelka
Photographs by Josef Koudelka
Essay by Czeslaw Milosz
French title: Exils

Available again with 10 new images, this remains one of the most powerful documents of the spiritual and physical state of exile ever published.

The sense of mystery that fills these photographs – mostly taken during Koudelka’s years of wandering through Europe and the United States since leaving his native Czechoslovakia –... More...
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Oct 30, 2014
by Bruce Davidson
This volume presents Bruce Davidson’s personal selections from his lesser-known color archive. Ranging from a period of fifty-six years and counting, these images are representative of the photographer’s color career. Assignments from various magazines (Vogue, National Geographic, Life magazine) and commercial projects led him to photograph fashion (early 1960s), the Shah of Iran with his family (1964),... More...
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