Magnum Digest

The Magnum Digest: August 20, 2021

An interview with Paolo Pellegrin on Canon, Thomas Dworzak’s new book discussed on French radio, and images from the new edition of Christopher Anderson’s ‘Son’

Paolo Pellegrin The Ghaben family. Living in tents after their house was detroyed during operation Cast Lead in Jan 2009. Beit Lahia, north of Gaza city. Gaza 2009 © Paolo Pellegrin | Magnum Photos

Paolo Pellegrin interviewed on Canon

A series inviting established photojournalists to speak with emerging practitioners sees Paolo Pellegrin interviewed by photographer Ksenia Kuleshova on Canon this week. The pair discuss camera equipment, documenting community, and telling stories. Read it here.

Paolo Pellegrin Antarctica. 2017. NASA IceBridge flight surveying climate change in Antarctic.

Aerials from a NASA P3 plane flying over Seelye Loop South in Antarctica. © Paolo Pellegrin | Magnum Photos

Thomas Dworzak interviewed on French radio

Radio station France Inter recently spoke to Magnum photographer Thomas Dworzak about his new book, Khidi (The Bridge). The project combines Dworzak’s photographs of US and Georgian armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan — made over the course of a decade— with an original film script. Listen to the show again here.

Thomas Dworzak Iraq, near al-Kut, 2008/5. Georgian soldiers receiving a supply of Borjomi mineral water from a visiting election delegation. © Thomas Dworzak | Magnum Photos

Christopher Anderson shares images from his Son book

A new edition of Christopher Anderson’s book Son, which explores the relationship between a father and child, adds new images to the original book. The photographer spoke to Creative Review about how he began making more intimate images. “I photographed that experience like any father would, in a very organic way,” he says, “It never occurred to me that the pictures I made as a father were at all connected to my work as a photographer.” Read it here.

Christopher Anderson USA. Brooklyn, NY. 2009. Atlas on tricycle. © Christopher Anderson | Magnum Photos

Martin Parr interviewed by Yield magazine

In a conversation published on Yield magazine this week, Martin Parr explains his practice — sharing his thoughts on humor in photography, holidaying habits, and taking pictures in color. Read the full piece here.

Martin Parr Greece. Athens. Acropolis. From 'Small World'. 1991. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos

Mark Power interviewed by Digital Camera World

A piece in Digital Camera World shares a conversation with Mark Power this week. The feature is published ahead of Power’s appearance at the magazine’s Photography Show event next month. The photographer explores imaging ‘imaginary’ landscapes, crafting his Good Morning America project, and his choices behind his equipment. Read it here.

Mark Power Great Britain. Scotland. Ayr. Malin. Monday 6 September 1993. Southeast backing easterly 4 or 5, increasing 6 in south. Mainly fair. Moderate or good. FROM 'THE SHIPPING FORECAST' SERIES 1993-96. © Mark Power | Magnum Photos

British Journal of Photography profiles Inge Morath

Coinciding with the announcement of this year’s winner of the Inge Morath Award, on the 20th anniversary of the accolade, the British Journal of Photography has published a feature on the legacy and work of the Magnum photographer. Read about Morath and see the images of award winner Fabiola Ferrero online here.

Inge Morath France. Paris. Austrian photographer Inge Morath. 1958. © Inge Morath | Magnum Photos
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