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Harry Gruyaert Fort Mahon beach. Baie de Somme, France. 1991. © Harry Gruyaert | Magnum Photos
Mark Power 'The Treasury Project' December 2000-July 2002. Refurbishment of the H.M. Treasury, Whitehall by the architects Foster and Partners with the developers Exchequer Partnerships. London, England. 2002. © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas Returning Backstage. Essex Junction, Vermont, USA. 1973. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas First dance. Presque Isle, Maine, USA. 1973. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas Tia in the garden. A refuge in the Black Country, UK. 2015. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Rene Burri The painter, architect and city planner Le Corbusier in the "Atelier 35 S". On the left: a lithograph of his "Modulor". 7th arrondissement. 35, rue de Sèvres, Paris, France. 1959. © Rene Burri | Magnum Photos
Cristina Garcia Rodero Fiesta de las Cruces ("Festival of the Crosses") or Cruz de Mayo ("May Cross"), celebrated the 3rd of May. Abaràn, Murcia, Spain. 1993. © Cristina Garcia Rodero | Magnum Photos
Martin Parr Mayor of Todmorden's inaugural banquet. Todmorden, West Yorkshire, England. 1977. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos
Herbert List Ladekran, Hamburg, Germany. (double exposure) © Herbert List | Magnum Photos
Martin Parr From 'A Fair Day'. Glenbeigh Races, County Kerry, Ireland. 1983. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos

At Photo London 2019, Magnum is presenting work by Mark Power, Rene Burri, Martin Parr, Antoine d’Agata, Cristina Garcia Rodero, Jim Goldberg, Paolo Pellegrin alongside vintage works by Sergio Larrain, Ernest Cole, Herbert List, Harry Gruyaert and Susan Meiselas.

Jim Goldberg’s unique collage of his work in China will be exhibited for the first time in the UK.

Works that are featured in “The Body Observed” exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre will also be on display. They include vintage prints from Carnival Strippers by Susan Meiselas as well as contemporary prints by Cristina Garcia Rodero and Antoine d’Agata.

Another highlight of the stand is Paolo’s fantastic Antarctica composite piece taken from his 2017 trip surveying climate change.

The stand will also feature vintage prints from Ernest Cole’s “House of Bondage”.

Find us at stand G15

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Martin Parr Book Signing

May 16th from 6:40-7:40pm

Stand G15, Courtyard Pavillion, The Strand, London WC2R 1LA

Martin Parr will be signing copies of his latest book, Only Human.

Published to coincide with Parr’s 2019 exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery – Only Human examines what it means to be human at a time of both change and retrospection. Martin Parr explores the photographer’s most enduring subject – people – as never before. By turns witty, surprising, and ingenious, Martin Parr’s photographs from the last decade reveal the eccentricities of modern life with affection and insight.

Martin Parr in Conversation with Dominic Sandbrook

Thursday 16 May 2019 5:40pm – 6:30pm
Lancaster Rooms, Somerset House

In this conversation Dominic Sandbrook will delve into how the British identity is explored in the work of Martin Parr.


Susan Meiselas in Conversation with Jo Webster

Friday 17 May 2019 11:45
Lancaster Room, Somerset House

Susan Meiselas will be in conversation with Jo Webster, the Managing Editor for Strategy and Operations in EMEA at Reuters.

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Yang Li and Antoine d’Agata in Conversation with Lucy Kumara Moore

Friday 17 May 2019 14:15
Lancaster Room, Somerset House

Director of Claire de Rouen Lucy Kumara Moore will discuss the collaboration and upcoming exhibition between Magnum Photos photographer Antoine d’Agata and the fashion designer Yang Li. Moore recently curated Here We Are, a major exhibition of post war British photography for Burberry.

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Sohrab Hura x Kiko Kostadinov

To celebrate Photo London, designer Kiko Kostadinov has collaborated with photographer Sohrab Hura to produce two garments exclusively available at Dover Street Market London from May 16. Working with two images, Kostadinov developed a repeated photo print t-shirt and patch-photo-print hoodie with handmade trimmings. Both produced in limited quantities.