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Bruce Davidson East 100th Street. New York City. USA.1966. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Mikhael Subotzky 'Kaa-U-La Bird' 246 x 199.2 cm. Oil and ink on canvas

Courtesy the artist and Goodman Gallery / Magnum Photos © Mikhael Subotzky | Magnum Photos
Carolyn Drake Eighty girls live in near isolation in the Petrykhiv Children's building, a Soviet institution built in the 1960s to house girls with mental disabilities. Once a month they're permitted to leave th (...)
Elliott Erwitt The crowd at Armistice Day Parade. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. USA. November 1950. © Elliott Erwitt | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey Students hurling projectiles against the police. 6th arrondissement, Boulevard Saint Germain, Paris, France. May 6, 1968. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Gilles Peress Demonstration in favor of the leading opposition figure Ayatollah Kazem Shariatmadari.Tabriz, Iran. 1980. © Gilles Peress | Magnum Photos
Matt Black A farmer checks his sprinklers. Sylvester, Georgia. USA. 2017. © Matt Black | Magnum Photos
Alex Majoli The employees of a beauty parlor participate in a patriotic pep rally before starting work. Shenzhen, China. 2017. © Alex Majoli | Magnum Photos

At this year’s Photo London, Magnum is premiering new, modern prints from projects by Bieke Depoorter, Alex Majoli, Matt Black, Jim Goldberg and Carolyn Drake alongside works by Josef Koudelka, Elliott Erwitt, Bruce Davidson and Gilles Peress. Magnum is also presenting a unique piece by Mikhael Subotzky from his series Yellow Bile (or Work in Progress).

Find us at stand G6.

More info at tickets for Photo London here.

Magnum Home, an exhibition exploring responses to the concept of home, is also on show at Vinyl Factory in Soho, London from May 17 – 28. More information here.