From the first day of confinement following the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic, Antoine d’Agata roamed the streets of Paris with a thermal camera to record the viral epidemic that turned the city into a strange theatre of wandering souls, bowed heads and fleeing bodies.
Elliott Landy's images of Bob Dylan and The Band, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrick and many others show the music scene during that time which culminated in the 1969 Woodstock Festival, of which he was the official photographer. He is also known for his work using kaleidoscopes and for his experimental still life of flowers.
A new collection of timeless photographs is available now in 8x10’’ format for the first time. These images are available as a limited edition of 100 prints priced at $399, and once sold will never again be available at this size.
Guy Le Querrec has been documenting the jazz scene for decades. Says Le Querrec: “Jazz – my ears, my heart, my emotions need it. Its cadences, its rhythms… And then there’s that crucial word: to practice a photography of improvisation.”
"The pictures I took spontaneously - with a bliss-like sensation, as if they had long inhabited my unconscious - were often more powerful than those I had painstakingly composed. I grasped their magic as in passing"
The images, by a cross section of Magnum photographers, tackles diverse themes within the genre of ‘nature': landscapes of war, of agriculture, of industry, of cities and motorways, of desolation, celebration and tranquillity.
For the last fifteen years, Gregory Halpern has been photographing in Omaha, Nebraska, steadily compiling a lyrical, if equivocal, response to the American Heartland. Omaha Sketchbook is ultimately a meditation on America, on the men and boys who inhabit it, and on the mechanics of aggression, inadequacy, and power.
A self-taught photographer, Danny Lyon received a BA in history in 1963 from the University of Chicago, where he served as staff photographer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. From 1965-66 Lyon traveled with the Chicago Outlaws motorcycle club and published his pictures of the club members as The Bikeriders.
Mark Power’s long-term photographic survey of America grapples with the complexities of its culture and politics. This selection from Good Morning America provides a visual narrative of a country in the midst of change.
Eve Arnold was a prolific photographer whose work spanned politics, social issues, and a bit of glamour. This collection celebrates Arnold’s influential body of work from celebrity portraiture to “the underdog”.
Magnum photographers have been documenting the world’s major events and people since the cooperative’s inception in the 1940s. This curation of iconic fine prints celebrates the photographers with some of their most powerful and recognizable images.
Many images from Magnum’s world-renowned archive are available to buy as collectors prints. Please contact our Fine Print Experts for a consultation or to book an appointment.
New York: Photographing the City
New York has been central to the story of Magnum since the agency’s founding in 1947. This curation of fine prints celebrates the influence of the city on the photographers that have lived and worked there.