Square Print Sale

Solidarity: The Magnum Square Print Sale, supporting the NAACP, in collaboration with Vogue

More than 100 signed or estate stamped, museum quality prints are available for one week only

A. Abbas ‘The Confiscated Revolution’ Armed militants outside the United States Embassy, where diplomats are held hostage. Tehran, Iran. 1979. "We won! But why did I not let my joy explode, as did all my (...)
Antoine d’ Agata “‘the "Negro" has been inviting whites, as well as civil society's junior partners, to the dance of social death for hundreds of years, but few have wanted to learn the steps.’ – Frank B. Wilder (...)
Peter van Agtmael Cup Foods, Minneapolis, Minnesota. USA. June 2, 2020. “When I first arrived in Minneapolis, Cup Foods, where George Floyd was killed by police, was a place of silence and mourning. As the days co (...)
Khalik Allah Sapphire. 125th Street and Lexington Avenue, Harlem, NYC. 2014. “Representing the theme of solidarity: Sapphire was part of a close-knit homeless community which assembled on the corner day and ni (...)
Micha Bar-Am End of the track. Basic training camp, Be’er Sheva, Israel. 1957. “Even if, linguistically, ‘Solidarity’ reminds one of soldier-hood and comraderythis image of two exhausted troops evokes my me (...)
Christopher Anderson President Barack Obama in the private dining room of the White House. Washington, DC. USA. 2016. “It's hard not to be discouraged. I search for glimpses of hope that hate will not win out. As fr (...)
Daniel Arnold Untitled. Coney Island Spookarama, Brooklyn. 2014. “Unbreakable solidarities here between beauty and decay, sex and death, desire and repression. Lots of old friends. And spotted while on my firs (...)
Eve Arnold Training activists not to react to provocation. Civil strike, CORE group (Congress of Racial Equality). Petersburg, Virginia, USA. 1960. “In Eve Arnold’s book, Flashback! The 50’s, she recalled th (...)
Olivia Arthur Otay Mountain, California. USA. 2019. “Otay Mountain straddles the US-Mexico border just outside San Diego and Tijuana. Because the border wall ends on its slopes, the mountain eventually become (...)
Daveed Baptiste Sin Don't Live Here. Haiti. 2016. Artist Daveed Baptiste returned to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to reconnect with his family. It had been 12 years since he last saw his mother. She taught him how to (...)
Bruno Barbey Barricade built out of movie posters. Rue Saint Michel/Rue de Lyon, near the Bastille, France. May 24, 1968. “This photo was taken in May ‘68 during the student demonstrations in Paris. On thi (...)
Miranda Barnes Lorraine Motel. Memphis, Tennessee. 2018. “This photograph was taken for the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination for The New York Times in 2018. It was my first assignm (...)
Jonas Bendiksen Sukhumi, Abkhazia. 2005. “I took this in on a pier outside Sukhumi, the capital of the breakaway republic of Abkhazia on the Black Sea coast. There were a bunch of boys, playing and diving into t (...)
ALTON & DILONE. Navy Pier, Montauk, New York. 2017. “This image represents a moment of connection and togetherness. The power of connection and community, of valuing the other as much as we valu (...)
Werner Bischof Cham women returning from the market. Barau, Indochina. 1952. “In 1952, Werner Bischof is in Indochina documenting life in the French colony during the war led by Ho Chi Minh’s nationalist moveme (...)
Matt Black Cattle auction. Alturas, California, USA. 2016. "As I have traveled across the US, I have seen people determined to live their lives, even in the face of diminished opportunities and a fading Ame (...)
Juan Brenner Todos Santos. Cuchumatán, Guatemala. 2018. “Todos Santos is one of the most secluded communities in the Cuchumatanes, the highest non-volcanic mountain range in Central America. Its complex geo (...)
Rene Burri Mei-Liu River, China. 1985. “Like never before in history, problems are basically the same for the rice farmer in China, the car builder in America, and the miner in Germany. The extreme social s (...)
Enri Canaj A small boat carrying refugees and migrants, which has reached the Greek coast safely, despite turbulent seas. Lesbos, Greece. October 2015. “It is always the right time for our strength to be se (...)
June Canedo de Souza Holding My Baby Cousin's Hand After a Manicure. U.S. 2018.

- June Canedo de Souza
Cornell Capa © International Center of Photography John F. Kennedy campaigning. New York City, USA. 1960. “Images at their passionate and truthful best are as powerful as words can ever be. If they alone cannot bring change, they can at least pro (...)
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography American crewmen stand in front of a B-17 bomber: one of the first 300 to be brought overseas by the US Army Air Corps. The aircraft is being prepared to take off from a Royal Air Force base for a (...)
Chien-Chi Chang Immigrants sleeping on a fire escape to avoid summer heat. New York City, USA. 1998. “Solidarity is a word that is usually written large. To some it might mean a great victory by the people. Bu (...)
Sabiha Çimen A plane flies low over students at a picnic during the weekend. Istanbul, Turkey. 29 August, 2018. “Solidarity comes in many shapes, sizes, and forms: brother to brother, sister to sister, support (...)
Ernest Cole South Africa. c.1965. “In such an atmosphere [as apartheid] it is difficult to develop or hold onto a feeling of your own worth. Not only is your very being under relentless attack, but all your f (...)
Bruce Davidson Protest March from Selma to Montgomery. Alabama, USA. 1965. “This photograph was taken during one of the 1965 protest marches from Selma to the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery. Martin Luther (...)
Janet Delaney “I May Not Get There . . . ”, First Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade, San Francisco. 1986. “This photograph was made at San Francisco’s first Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade, January 20, 198 (...)
Raymond Depardon American athletes Larry James, Lee Evans and Ron Freeman (left to right) on the winner’s podium for the 400-meter relay at the 1968 Olympic Games. Mexico City, Mexico. 1968. "Night has fallen, it (...)
Bieke Depoorter From the project ‘I am about to call it a day’. USA. 2011 “Accidental encounters determined my sleeping places. Each day I tried to find someone new who was willing to host me that night. Mutual t (...)
Carolyn Drake Vallejo City Council Meeting. USA. 2017. © Carolyn Drake & Alicia Saddler "A few years ago, after 21-year-old Angel Ramos was killed by policemen in Vallejo, I went with his family to a city counc (...)
Thomas Dworzak Village near Lake Victoria, Kisumu area, Kenya. March 2018. “A year before this image was taken, a US non-profit started giving out the universal basic income in several villages in the region ar (...)
Nikos Economopoulos Havana, Cuba. 2017. “Cuba isn’t the utopia of our collective imagination. But sometimes in the afternoon, in the streets of Havana, when the derelict playground is full of kids of mixed colors an (...)
Elliott Erwitt Valencia, Spain. 1952. “The work I care about is terribly simple. I observe, I try to entertain, but above all I want pictures that are emotional. Little else interests me in photography. Today, (...)
Stuart Franklin Cyclists in the rain. Shanghai, China. 1993. “For my text I choose the last stanza of the poem “Let There Be Peace” by Lemn Sissay: Let there be peace Let tears evaporate to form clouds, cleanse (...)
Rahim Fortune Peaches. Gonzales, Texas. 2020. "A farmer was selling his produce roadside under a shady oak tree off a highway in Gonzales, Texas. To me this image represents the importance of being connected to (...)
Leonard Freed | -scaled.jpg The March on Washington. Washington, D.C., USA. August 28, 1963. “This is the day. Bus-loads of marchers, Leonard Freed and I, his wife Brigitte, amongst them, in our very small Italian Fiat 600. (...)
Justin French Jaipur: A Portrait of Friendship. Jaipur, India. 2018. “The kids shown here were very, very persistent about having their image taken. Because I was technically supposed to be working, I attempte (...)
Paul Fusco Cesar Chavez, leader of the NFWA. California, USA. 1966. “In March of 1966 the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (a merger of the National Farm Workers Association, or NFWA, and the Agricu (...)
Jean Gaumy On the vessel Izazuri. Gulf of Gascogne, Spain. 1996. “The school of tuna is spotted, then discreetly approached by the boat. Water jets are suddenly activated and whip the surface of the sea, sim (...)
Jim Goldberg Rising Star. Tampa, Florida. 2012. “During Magnum’s Postcards From America project (2011-2017), I traveled throughout the US in an attempt to document the changing social climate of a country stru (...)
Philip Jones Griffiths Anti-Apartheid Protest. Trafalgar Square, London, England, Great Britain. 1960. “Fighting racism is a generational battle and Philip was documenting the struggle 60 years ago. The Philip Jones Gri (...)
Harry Gruyaert Fishing. English trawler from Fleetwood, Lancashire. North Atlantic. 1970. “In the 70’s I was commissioned by The Daily Telegraph to do a job on a boat that was embarking for a fishing season, in (...)
Hassan Hajjaj Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger, photography by © Hassan Hajjaj, 2019/1440

Courtesy of © Hassan Hajjaj & © Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger

- Hassan Hajjaj
Gregory Halpern Untitled, from A. J&L Books, 2011. © Gregory Halpern | Magnum Photos
Philippe Halsman American political activist Angela Davis. Photographed by Philippe Halsman for the cover of her autobiography. USA. 1973. “You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. (...)
Erich Hartmann Somewhere in the foothills of the Pyrenees, south of Toulouse. France. 1979. “In the autumn of 1979, Erich and I were in France where he had just finished a long assignment. We decided to spend t (...)
David Alan Harvey Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. July 10, 2014. “I love shooting in Rio. The geography and the culture combine to make the city just flat-out theatrical. A natural stage rises out of the sea. Ipanema Bea (...)
Nanna Heitmann My friend Andrei, a clown and puppeteer overlooks the city in the early morning hours. Moscow, Russia. April 3, 2020. “The scene reminds me of the movie ‘Himmel über Berlin’ (‘Heaven over Berlin’ (...)
Bob Henriques Crowds at the reflecting pools by the Washington Monument during the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, led by Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Washington DC, USA. May 17th, 1957. “Law and order exist for (...)
Thomas Hoepker Muhammad Ali, boxing world heavyweight champion showing off his right fist. Chicago, USA. 1966. “This picture came immediately to my mind when I was asked to consider the theme of ‘Solidarity’. (...)
Sohrab Hura Pati, India. 2010. “I never quite understood what solidarity meant until I went to Pati for the first time in 2005. Pati is a small village block in Madhya Pradesh in central India. Coming from a (...)
David Hurn Tintern Forest. Tintern. Wales. G.B. 1976. “Solidarity: We are at the edge of change, we must all engage. I am not a writer, others have expressed it better: ‘He who passively accepts evil is as (...)
Richard Kalvar A&S Department Store. Brooklyn. USA. 1969.

“In times of trouble, you can always count on a helping hand or two.”

– Richard Kalvar © Richard Kalvar | Magnum Photos
Carl De Keyzer Monument to the WWII resistance movement. Durres, Albania. 1995. “When I arrived in Albania for the first time in 1995, the country was not ready to host visitors. After years of brutal commun (...)
Hiroji Kubota The village of Ubud, surrounded by many beautiful valleys with terraced fields. Ubud, Bali. Indonesia. 1997. “Indonesia is home to many active volcanoes and a few thousand islands. The island of (...)
Elliott Landy Jimi Hendrix. Fillmore East, New York City, USA. 1968. “On May 10, 1968 I was photographing at the Fillmore East and The Jimi Hendrix Experience was the second act. After shooting a long set by (...)
Feng Li Boy, Yellow River, China. 2019. “2020 is destined to be a difficult time for all mankind. The viruses that have swept the world have claimed the lives of countless people, and various natural dis (...)
Herbert List Running into the sea. North Sea, Germany. 1934. “Solidarity is not a matter of altruism. Solidarity comes from the inability to tolerate the affront to our own integrity of passive or active col (...)
Dana Lixenberg Teddy Sockpick. Shishmaref, Alaska. 2007. From the series The Last Days of Shishmaref (2008) “This portrait of Teddy Sockpick was made around midnight on the island of Shishmaref, a community of a (...)
Sharon Lockhart SOLIDARITY, Is a New Deal Coming? New York Times, Sunday, May 2, 2020. Los Angeles. “In November 1931, Wanda Booghaart, a student at Kansas University, Lawrence, was photographed depicting 'Miss D (...)
Danny Lyon Bob Dylan behind the SNCC office. Greenwood, Mississippi. 1963. The SNCC held a Freedom Concert that day out in a field. Greenwood was a major cotton town, and the audience was field hands and hou (...)
Sirui Ma Untitled (Bleu de Travail). Havana. 2017. “I took this photo of these workers in Havana after they struck up a conversation with me when I walked past them with my mother. Over my several visits t (...)
Alex Majoli Inside the mental hospital of Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil, 1995. “For almost a decade, in various countries, I’ve been documenting the efforts of the ‘disciples’ of the pioneering Italian ps (...)
Constantine Manos Daufuskie Island, South Carolina, USA. 1962. “The United States is a mixture of races, religions, and different points of view. Our survival and growth are based on respect by all, for the views o (...)
Peter Marlow The Danish artist, Olafur Eliasson's installation of a huge artificial sun in the Turbine Hall. Tate Modern. London. Great Britain. 2003. “Global catastrophes remind us we are part of a vast and (...)
Chris Maggio Untitled. U.S. 2020. “It seems that much of the U.S. is meeting this time of global struggle with ambivalence. However, it’s my hope that we can collectively rise to the occasion and confront t (...)
Yael Martinez The Space Between, from the series Firefly. Guerrero, Mexico. 2020. “I am interested in speaking, in an intimate and symbolic respect, of changes in the social structure and how they are reflected (...)
Steve McCurry Fishermen. Weligama. South coast, Sri Lanka. 1995. “These fishermen off the South coast of Sri Lanka used this bygone traditional method to catch fish in shallow waters. Very few fishermen are sti (...)
Melodie McDaniel Waiting. Bakersfield, California. 2013. “I was on a road trip in north eastern California and I stopped at a Mom-and-Pop diner for lunch. While paying at the register, I noticed this woman waitin (...)
Ronan Mckenzie Our Place. Los Angeles. 2019. “Photographed at the home of the Shabaka family, this image is one from a series originally commissioned by Our Place. Father Jamaiel and daughter Akua sit at their t (...)
Susan Meiselas Shared Dining. Women of York. 2015. “This circle of hands came together to celebrate unity despite the isolating conditions of incarceration. Each woman, enduring separation from family and home, (...)
Ari Mejorado Protester at the Action for Andres Guardado. Compton, California. June 21, 2020. “Protests have sprung up throughout Los Angeles and around the U.S. demanding accountability for the murder of Bla (...)
Cristina de Middel Jorge Luna, a professional Mexican pole vault jumper trains by the border fence on the beach of Tijuana. Tijuana, Mexico. 2018. “I read on the internet that we shouldn’t be scared of what we don' (...)
Rafal Milach The First March of Gentlemen. Wrzesnia. Poland. 2017. “The First March of Gentlemen is a fictitious narration composed of authentic stories. Historical events related to the town of Wrzesnia came (...)
Wayne Miller Father and son at Lake Michigan. Chicago, Illinois, USA. 1947. “Expressing oneness was a central tenet of Wayne’s life and professional practice. He showed that here, on the shore of Chicago’s La (...)
Inge Morath USA. Untitled. (from the Mask Series with Saul Steinberg), 1962.

Photograph by Inge Morath/MAGNUM PHOTOS.

Mask by Saul Steinberg © The Saul Steinberg Foundation/ARS, NY © Inge Morath | Magnum Photos
Emin Özmen A woman waits for the bus. Senceredi village, near Astara, Azerbaijan. 2018. “In 2018, I was assigned to go to southern Azerbaijan to meet with a community of Talysh people, an ethnic group indi (...)
Trent Parke Spider web on five blades of grass. South West Rocks. New South Wales. Australia. 2003. “I have always been fascinated by time, symbols, life and death. From the smallest microscopic creatures, to (...)
Katsu Naito A Tree Grows in Harlem. 1998 “I had seen sneakers on the cables here and there, but I had never seen any like this one. It was in front of P.S.133, on 131st Street. The sneakers have not grown (...)
Sinna Nasseri Untitled. University of Nevada, Reno. 2020. “Bernie Sanders led a short march after his rally at the University of Nevada, Reno, in February 2020. At the time, Bernie was the front-runner for the (...)
Shirin Neshat Offerings series (2019). © Shirin Neshat. Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels.
Bella Newman Ceremony of Mud and Hay. New York, New York. 2017. “With fire and flame you can make all the people in a stadium come together with their roars. In the center of a metropolis, a pile of mud and h (...)
Martin Parr Scotland, Great Britain. 2017. “I was driving north near Huntly on the A96 in Scotland and suddenly this scene came into view. I leapt out of the car and whipped out the camera and started shooti (...)
Paolo Pellegrin Refugees on the coast. Mytilini, Lesbos, Greece. 2015. “Newly arrived refugees pass time in Lesbos, Greece, as they wait for their registration process to be completed. Many of them endured weeks (...)
Gueorgui Pinkhassov Hotel garden in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan. 1996. “Freedom, equality, fraternity and solidarity — in the whirlwind of society, these values form mosaics in many of our relationships. But nature came up (...)
Mark Power Shipyard. Gdansk. Poland. November 2004. “In 1980, while a student, I sold badges and other ephemera on the streets of Brighton in support of Solidarność (Solidarity), the Polish trade union founde (...)
Maciek Pozoga Echauffement. Collége des Champs Phillipe, La Garennes Colombe, 2014. “This picture is a part of Cérémonies, a project composed of photographs taken between 2013 and 2015 in numerous French public (...)
Hannah Price Twin Day. Rochester, New York, USA. 2008. From the series Resemblance. “I came up with the title of 'Resemblance' for my project on adolescence because I was envious that some students got to go t (...)
Guy Le Querrec The Big Foot Memorial Ride. From Green Grass staging point to Lloyd Jentzen Ranch, located 9 miles south of Lantry, on the Cheyenne River reservation. Fifth day of the journey, halfway through a 25 (...)
Raghu Rai Building the highway. Hyderabad. India. 2005. “I was making the journey on this newly built highway from Hyderabad to the rest of the Andhra Pradesh state, and finding the ride delightful, when su (...)
Eli Reed Anti-racism March. Forsyth County, Georgia, USA. 1987. “A small group of Afro-American protesters was racially attacked in Forsyth County, Georgia, in 1987. Captured by network television cameras (...)
Lua Ribeira Los Afortunados. Melilla, Spain. 2019. “This photograph makes me think about bridges, and the extent to which the origins of our issues reside on an illusion that we are separated. Carlos Skliar (...)
Cristina Garcia Rodero Canvas in the wind. Baracoa, Cuba. 2010. “Baracoa was the first city founded in Cuba. In 2011 it celebrated its 500th anniversary. It is located in the northeastern area of the province of Guantán (...)
George Rodger Tamanrasset, Sahara, Algeria. 1957. “While on assignment for an oil company in Southern Algeria, George made his way, with only limited film stock, in his Land Rover to the stunning Hoggar Mounta (...)
Zied Ben Romdhane Kids playing with sand. El Faouar, Tunisia. October 14, 2018. "The Tunisian government offers land, housing, and agricultural advantages to incentivize nomads to settle in this territory. However (...)
Moises Saman Ansar, an 18-year-old Rohingya refugee, inside the makeshift tent that he shares with other members of his family. Ansar fled Myanmar in late September when the Myanmar Army attacked his village. A (...)
Alessandra Sanguinetti Enchanting the pig. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1999. “As a child, I remember closing my eyes shut tightly, and fervently wishing for things to happen or appear before me. Of course, disappointment w (...)
Ferdinando Scianna Sant'Elia, Sicily, Italy. 1982.

“In the tiny seaside village where I spent my holidays, the boys competed by diving from the highest rocks.”

– Ferdinando Scianna © Ferdinando Scianna | Magnum Photos
David Seymour | -scaled.jpg Pacifist meeting for the disarmament of nations. Outskirts of Paris. Saint-Cloud, France. August 9, 1936. “Chim's photo of this pacifist rally for disarmament depicts a passionate commitment to th (...)
Nigel Shafran Harvey and Kevin the chicken, Dad’s camping. 2019.

- Nigel Shafran
Richie Shazam Tell Your Friends to Pull Up. New York City. 2020. “Through my artistic expression, I’ve learned about myself and was able to learn about others. My photography lets me tell stories, send but als (...)
Sim Chi Yin Bangka, Indonesia. 2014. “Indonesian tin divers and miners on the island of Bangka — armed with their lunch and water to last the day — head out to sea to catch a boat that takes them about 3km of (...)
Marilyn Silverstone Surfboat teams are needed to unload ships that are anchored further out at sea. The surf is very rough, and this is the only way of unloading goods at Accra. Accra, Ghana. 1960. “In 1959, a young (...)
W. Eugene Smith 'Simple Kindness,' Nurse Midwife. 1951. ©2020 The Heirs of W. Eugene Smith “In 1951, Life magazine staff photographer W. Eugene Smith presented a radical idea for a photo essay to his editors: h (...)
Lindokuhle Sobekwa Farmworkers outside the supermarket with their boss's child. 2019. “These farmworkers were waiting in a bakkie (a pick-up truck) outside one of the main supermarkets in Daleside, a rural town to t (...)
Jacob Aue Sobol Husband and Wife. Milwaukee, USA. 2014. © Jacob Aue Sobol | Magnum Photos
Alec Soth Lee and Quintavious. Ware County, Georgia. 2014. “I met Lee and Quintavious at the Georgia Lions Camp for the Blind. ‘We’re the same age,’ Lee said, ‘and we help each other get along. I come to th (...)
Chris Steele-Perkins Roadworks and Mount Fuji. Near Kawaguchiko, Japan. 1999. “Ask just about anyone what comes to mind when they think of Japan and they will reply — Fuji. A Japanese person would say the more respec (...)
Denise Stephanie In Your Hands. Brooklyn, 2018. “The year 2020 has reminded us that human connection is one of life’s greatest treasures. At first, we were forced to be ‘socially distant’ in response to a global (...)
Dennis Stock The jazz musician Louis Armstrong in his dressing room at the Latin Casino. Philadelphia, USA. 1958. “Dennis said Louis Armstrong was one of the most confident men he’d ever met — which was why (...)
Mikhael Subotzky Bonnita Sings. Mallies Household, Rustdene Township, Beaufort West. South Africa. 2006. “I met the Mallies family in 2006 while working in Beaufort West, and am in contact with them to this day. T (...)
Newsha Tavakolian IRAN. Teheran. Portrait of Somayyeh. 2014. © Newsha Tavakolian | Magnum Photos
Deanna Templeton Love. Huntington Beach, California. 2011. "I'm always looking for details on people, things that they use to communicate to the world where they are coming from, and the messaging that happens th (...)
Ed Templeton Brendan and Wendy, Huntington Beach. 2003. "This photo of my friends Brendan Fowler and Wendy Yao is special for me because it encapsulates a certain period in my life and also sends a clear mess (...)
Mayan Toledano Jovan, Sheila, Karla and Andrea. Mexico City. 2019. “This picture is part of a project I shot in Mexico City highlighting local artists working within the LGBTQ community. This day I spent with t (...)
Larry Towell Lambton County, Ontario, Canada. 1990. “I began photographing Mennonite migrant workers as they arrived from Mexico to plant and harvest the fruit and vegetables of Ontario. It was the first summe (...)
Alex Webb Erie, Pennsylvania, USA. 2010. From the book The Suffering of Light. “I keep returning to these words of James Baldwin, which seem as apt today as when he wrote them nearly sixty years ago: ‘Not (...)
Kiliii Yuyan Camp Family in Protest, Standing Rock, Winter. Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock Reservation. 2016. “Vic Camp, Lakota Sundance leader of the Pine Ridge reservation, stands in protest and solida (...)
Patrick Zachmann Paris, France. 2005. “Solidarity. Reportage is for me a way to reach out to others and I need to be empathetic with the people I photograph. I can’t photograph people I don’t like. I feel in soli (...)

More than 100 signed or estate-stamped 6×6” prints by Magnum Photos and Vogue photographers are available for $100, for one week only – from July 27, 9AM EST to Sunday, August 2, 6PM EST. Both Magnum photographers and Vogue will be donating 50% of their sale proceeds to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Support for the NAACP is as crucial now as it has ever been. Some of the organization’s current focuses are registering voters, ensuring access to ballot boxes, and challenging corruption in US courts. Magnum photographers are proud to support the NAACP’s mission. Learn more about the NAACP here.

The museum-quality prints are accompanied by statements from the photographers and estates, reproduced on archival-quality labels on the reverse of the print. You can see all the images in the selection – and their corresponding texts – above, or on the Magnum Shop, here.

Solidarity, the July 2020 Square Print Sale, will bring together over 100 images by international visual artists in support of the NAACP.  In a year of global societal and political upheaval that has seen the Black Lives Matter cause taken up around the world as well as hundreds of millions facing government restrictions on movement, this theme challenges participating photographers to reflect upon the power of togetherness in tumultuous times.

While acknowledging the daunting divisions and fault-lines running through society, the selection will examine a simultaneous human yearning for commune and connection, aiming to explore the strength of both the individual and collective, as well as the interdependence of peoples around the world in the face of adversity and oppression. Everyday demonstrations of unity are shown in Harry Gruyaert’s photograph of fishermen working together in a storm, W. Eugene Smith’s 1951 portrait of midwife Maude Callen supporting her community, and the visual harmony of the multicoloured raincoats of cyclists in the rain captured by Stuart Franklin in Shanghai.

Some of the images in the curation explore moments in history where human bonds and the rallying of masses to a cause strove to bring about positive change. Several photographs depict the civil rights movement in the US and the ongoing fight for racial equality. Some of the images capture the early days of the movement — like Bob Henriques’ image of the crowds at the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom led by Martin Luther King, or Eve Arnold’s 1960 photograph of activists in training not to react to bigoted provocation and Bruce Davidson’s image of protestors marching from Selma to Montgomery in 1965. Eli Reed’s from an anti-racism protest in Forsyth County, Georgia was taken more than 20 years later. More recently; Miranda Barnes’ photograph of the Lorraine Motel to mark the 50th anniversary of Luther King’s assassination, Peter van Agtmael’s coverage of the fallout from the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis, and Richie Shazam’s Black Trans Lives Matter March in Brooklyn remind viewers of the ongoing fight for racial justice in America.

Other photographs in the curation explore personal paths to understanding the power of solidarity through relationships with loved ones, strangers, or movements: from private acts of unity such as Alec Soth’s tender image of friendship between two blind young men, June Canedo de Souza holding her baby cousin’s hands and Newsha Tavakolian’s portrait of a millennial growing up in post-revolutionary Iran, to the public act of the raised fists of athletes Larry James, Lee Evans and Ron Freeman on the podium at the Mexico City Olympics in 1968 captured by Raymond Depardon.

These 117 prints, all signed or estate-stamped, are available for $100 each until 6PM EST. August 2. You can see the full selection in the slideshow above, and on the Magnum Shop, here.