The Magnum Digest: What Not to Miss This Week
A TIME cover from Paolo Pellegrin, a digital photo essay, a Matt Black workshop and more from Magnum photographers this week
Highlighting the issue of melting ice caps and global warming Paolo Pellegrin‘s images of Antarctica feature on TIME magazine’s cover story. Read the feature and see the photo story here.
Cristina de Middel
New work by Magnum nominee Cristina de Middel, created in collaboration with Bruno Morais, is presented in a vibrant interactive digital photo essay. View Excessocenus here.
Jérôme Sessini for Pacific Standard
Jérôme Sessini travelled to Texas to photograph the family of a prisoner sentenced to death. Read the story for Pacific Standard here.
Temples of Stone
“Documentary photography, done with sensitivity, helps us to engage socially, politically and environmentally with human and planetary issues from the smallest story about life in a suburban-edge town to the largest story of conflict, various forms of abuse or species extinction,” Stuart Franklin tells the BBC. Read his interview about this latest exhibition Temples of Stone here.
Matt Black in London
Matt Black will host an intensive short course in London on editing for emerging and professional photographers in February. For more details and to apply, go here.