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The Magnum Digest: What Not To Miss This Week

New work and exhibitions from Magnum photographers, featuring Matt Black, Thomas Dworzak, Antoine D'Agata and Stuart Franklin

Robert Capa Moscow. Former USSR. 1947. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos

A Russian Journal, Retold

The New Republic has published an in-depth piece on Thomas Dworzak‘s revisiting of Robert Capa‘s 1947 portrait of everyday Soviet life, presenting Capa’s original photography alongside Dworzak’s reimagining. Read the feature here. Read about the original Russian Journal story here, and see more of Dworzak’s revisiting of the classic on Magnum in three parts, starting here.

Stuart Franklin Colossus of Memnon and surrounding valleys. Memnon, Egypt. 2017. © Stuart Franklin | Magnum Photos
Stuart Franklin Landscapes within 10 km of the town. Tafraout, Morocco. 2017. © Stuart Franklin | Magnum Photos

Temples of Stone

Ahead of the opening of Stuart Franklin‘s Temples of Stone exhibition at the Leica gallery in London, the British Journal of Photography spoke to Franklin about the inspiration he found in the work of George Rodger. Read the interview here. Aesthetica magazine has also published this piece on the upcoming show. See more details on the exhibition in Magnum events here.

Matt Black Trailers used to store bodies in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 2017. © Matt Black | Magnum Photos

Puerto Rico

In an exclusive story for New York Magazine, Matt Black travelled to Puerto Rico, still suffering the effects of 2017’s hurricane. Black’s story explores the situation that, it is claimed, could result in a higher death toll than Katrina. Read the story here.

Antoine d’Agata Marseille. France. 1997. © Antoine d’Agata | Magnum Photos

2018 Ones To Watch

The Guardian has named Antoine D’Agata‘s upcoming solo show in the Magnum London Print Room as one of its photography highlights to look out for in 2018. Read the full list of tips here.

David Hurn Jane Fonda who starred in "Barbarella." Rome, Italy. September 1967. © David Hurn | Magnum Photos

David Hurn: A Life in Pictures

The feature-length documentary on Magnum photographer David Hurn aired over the festive period and is still available for viewers with access to BBC iPlayer. Watch it here.