Past Exhibition

Magnum: A Life in Photography

An outdoor exhibition presents 300 iconic images from Magnum's beginnings to the present day

Dennis Stock Venice Beach Rock Festival. California, USA. 1968. © Dennis Stock | Magnum Photos
David Hurn Outdoor group fitness early in the morning in the retirement Sun City. Arizona, USA. 1980. © David Hurn | Magnum Photos
Olivia Arthur A couple photograph themselves on their mobile phone in front of the Caspian Sea. Ramsar, Iran. 2007. © Olivia Arthur | Magnum Photos
Jonas Bendiksen Villagers collecting scrap from a crashed spacecraft, surrounded by thousands of white butterflies. Altai Territory, Russia. 2000. © Jonas Bendiksen | Magnum Photos
Peter van Agtmael Raymond plays with Star Wars lightsabers with his sons Brady and Riley. Wisconsin, USA. 2007. © Peter van Agtmael | Magnum Photos

Shown across fifty screens at the Fulton Center in Lower Manhattan this digital exhibition showcases over 300 images from the early reportage work of Magnum’s founding fathers, including Robert Capa and David Seymour, to contemporary, personal visions of Magnum’s new generation photographers such as Olivia Arthur and Peter van Agtmael.

The display highlights the continued importance of photography as both a journalistic tool and form of self-expression. In partnership with Westfield.

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