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Mar 18 - Mar 22 2015.
Magnum Workshop Tokyo
18th March – 22rd March 2015

Magnum Photos is delighted to announce its second workshop in Tokyo in collaboration with the Nippon Photography Institute. The Magnum workshop will be led by Magnum photographers Bruce Gilden, Jacob Aue Sobol and Gueorgui Pinkhassov and will be held at the Nippon Photography Institute.

This is a great opportunity to produce some new work in the amazing city that...View details
Jun 28 - Dec 1 2014.
The sixth summer outdoor photographic exhibition of Deauville brings together thirty photographs by Magnum photographers, which illustrate the relationship of Deauville with horses.

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Jul 26 - Feb 1 2015.
When history was caught in a photo

The book recently published by Mario Calabresi, titled A occhi aperti (With open eyes), becomes an exhibition with an exclusive production for La Venaria Reale: Calabresi himself guides us, room after room, to discover the work of the photographers he has met, their special and intense approach to reality, and their unforgettable images.
Mario Calabresi has a passion......
Oct 4 - Jan 30 2015.
Three selectors are challenged to reinterpret how social, cultural and political inclinations have shaped Magnum’s globally renowned archive.

Formed in 1947 as a photography collective, Magnum built its global reputation on representing photographers and preserving their authorship and creative control. Over its 67 year history, Magnum's photographers generated a rich archive of prints and material......
Oct 7 - Nov 30 2014.
Martin Parr has been photographing beach life over many decades, documenting all aspects of this tradition including close ups of sun bathers, swimming dips and picnics in the UK as well as in countries as far apart as China, Argentina and Thailand. This exhibition demonstrates Parr engagement with a cherished subject matter, where all absurdities and quirky National behaviours seamlessly fuse together.

Oct 12 - Jan 11 2015.
This major retrospective of Swiss photographer Werner Bischof is divided into seven sections:
Zurich 1916-1945; Post-war Europe 1945-1950; India 1951-1952; Japan 1951-1952; Korea 1951-1952; Hong Kong and Indochina 1952; North and South America 1953-1954.
It portrays the chief landmarks in Werner Bischof's artistic work and the successive stages of a career that led him from a studio photographer to......
Oct 26 - Dec 21 2014.
Elliott Erwitt has been taking pictures since the late forties. This exhibition is a unique and comprehensive survey of his work. Erwitt’s unmistakeable, often witty, style gives us a snapshot of the strange and the mundane over a period of more than half a century, through the lens of one of the era’s finest image-makers.

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