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Josef Koudelka The Bab Edriss district. Beirut, Lebanon. 1991. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas NICARAGUA. Masaya. 1991. Wall previously painted with "Molotov Man", blackened before election campaign. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas USA. Cambridge, MA. 1971. 44 Irving St. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas IRAQ. Kurdistan. 1991. A destroyed portrait of Saddam Hussein at the security headquarters in Sulaimaniya. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas 1971. Entrance, from the series 44 Irving Street. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas USA. Essex Junction, Vermont. 1973. Returning Backstage. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas 1998. Screenshots of akaKURDISTAN
website. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas 1971. Becky, from the series 44 Irving Street. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas NORTHERN IRAQ. Kurdistan. December 1991. Dr. Clyde Snow, internationally known forensic anthropologist, holds the blindfolded skull of an executed male teenager estimated to be between 15-18 years (...)
Susan Meiselas SPAIN. Barcelona. 2017. akaKURDISTAN Storymap installation, view of the Susan
Meiselas. Mediations exhibition, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, photograph by Roberto Ruiz © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas MOROCCO. Marrakech. 2013. Signed portrait, from the project 20 dirhams or 1 photo? © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Susan Meiselas GERMANY. Frankfurt. 2015. Cover of "Lonely Village" Storybook, contributed by Veli
from Dersim for akaKURDISTAN Storymap. © Susan Meiselas | 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
Susan Meiselas USA. Fryeburg, Maine. 1975. Between shows. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos
Christopher Anderson China. Shenzhen. 2017. © Christopher Anderson | Magnum Photos
Henri Cartier-Bresson California. Stanford University.

Linear accelerator. © Henri Cartier-Bresson | Magnum Photos
Mark Power POLAND.
WARSAW.
Death of Pope John Paul II.
Watching the Popes funeral on large video screens, broadcast live from the Vatican.
April 2005. © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography CHINA. Hankou. March 1938. Boy soldier. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Patrick Zachmann CHINA. Beijing. 1982. A group of Chinese watching "the Long Nose", a term which refers to all westerners, including the photographer. © Patrick Zachmann | Magnum Photos
Christopher Anderson China. Shenzhen. 2017. © Christopher Anderson | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography ALGERIA. Constantine. World War II. May 1943. Members of the United States Air Force 301'st Bomber group, after a daylight mission. The plane's landing gear had been shot away, but the pilot man (...)
Peter van Agtmael AFGHANISTAN. Waigul Valley, Nuristan. 2007. A U.S. Blackhawk helicopter lands at the Ranch House, a small American outpost deep in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan. There were no decent roads (...)
Moises Saman AFGHANISTAN. Marja, Helmand Province. March 2010. Marja's new district chief Hagi ZAHIR (far left top) meets with local elders in Marja's district center. © Moises Saman | Magnum Photos
Mark Power MOROCCO. Marrakech. 2013. Portrait of Marrakech - in a collaborative project with MMPVA, five Magnum photographers lived and worked for two weeks alongside curator Simon Njami and the local creativ (...)
Josef Koudelka The Azarieh building. Beirut, Lebanon. 1991 © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka City centre. Beirut, Lebanon. 1991. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Canons' Square. Beirut, Lebanon. 1991 © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka City centre. Beirut, Lebanon. 1991. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos