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The Magnum Digest: What Not to Miss This Week

From a video interview with Jacob Aue-Sobol to Paolo Pellegrin's on-the-ground images from Lake Chad and new books, see the latest from Magnum here

Alessandra Sanguinetti On weekends, Adrianna Luna (17), Raeven Dickerson (17), and their friends walk around The Pike, near the Long Beach port, and swap news about their latest fixations — Icelandic rap artists, sneaker (...)

Hanging Out in California

You can now see Alessandra Sanguinetti’s work photographing teenagers for California Sunday Magazine online here.

Alex Webb Inside a store, Regla, Cuba. 2003. © Alex Webb | Magnum Photos

Slant Rhymes in the New York Times

Alex Webb’s book Slant Rhymes is one of New York Times‘ “notable photography books of the season”. Read the review here.

Paolo Pellegrin Tchoukouli island in Lake Chad. 2017. Paolo Pellegrin for The New Yorker. © Paolo Pellegrin | Magnum Photos

Paolo Pellegrin in Chad

The New Yorker featured work by Paolo Pellegrin, telling the story of what it calls “the world’s most complex humanitarian disaster” in Lake Chad. See the feature here.

Peter van Agtmael Conservative Fox News commentator Sean Hannity in the backyard of the home he grew up in on Long Island. Franklin Square, New York, USA. 2017. © Peter van Agtmael | Magnum Photos

Peter van Agtmael

Peter van Agtmael recently photographed Fox news host Sean Hannity at home for the New York Times Magazine. Read the profile here.

Alex Webb Shanghai, China. 2017. © Alex Webb | Magnum Photos

The Streets of Shanghai

Shooting on the streets of Shanghai, Alex Webb produced work for smartphone manufacturer Huawei. See the video here and view the image package on Magnum Pro here.

David Hurn The marching bands are always led by baton twirlers, who practice their acrobatics before the actual march takes place. Preparation for the annual Christmas parade in Phoenix, Arizona. 1979. © David Hurn | Magnum Photos

Arizona Trips

David Hurn’s Arizona Trips is now published. Read It’s Nice That and BJP on the book of photographs from his trips to Arizona, photographing the desert landscapes and the state’s characterful people. Buy the book here.

Moises Saman After a brief chase, a policeman arrests a suspected gang member involved in the carjacking of a truck. The police then brought the victims of the carjacking to the scene of the arrest, where the v (...)

El Salvador

Moises Saman’s photographs of the El Salvador Police as they deal with gangs in the nation is featured in the New York Times Magazine. See the feature here.

Jacob Aue Sobol Tokyo, Japan. 2007 © Jacob Aue Sobol | Magnum Photos

Watch a video interview with Jacob Aue Sobol

“I only take pictures during winter,” says Magnum’s Jacob Aue Sobol’s in an interview with LensCulture. Watch the film here.

Susan Meiselas Tia in the garden. A refuge in the Black Country. UK. 2015. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos

Susan Meiselas’s Fundraiser for Women

During 2015 and 2016, arts organisation, Multistory and Susan Meiselas collaborated with women who were living in a Women’s refuge in the Black Country. The resulting publication, A Room of Their Own, shares the women’s experiences of domestic abuse and the process of entering refuge using photographs, first hand testimonies and original artworks. Now Susan Meiselas is attempting to raise £2500.00 to support women and children in refuge at The Haven Wolverhampton at Christmas. You can help by buying the book or donating from as little as £5 here.