The Magnum Digest: January 11, 2019
Watch a film on Martin Parr, read the story of climate change behind Jean Gaumy’s arctic work, see Newsha Tavakolian’s Mulhouse exhibition, and more this week
Martin Parr on NOWNESS
As part of an ongoing series, Photographers in Focus, NOWNESS presented a video exploring the practice of Martin Parr. Watch the film, follow the photographer shooting, and hear about Parr’s unique approach from the man himself here.
The Art of Street Photography, the first online course from Magnum Photos. Learn tips first-hand from Martin here. Subscribers to Creative Review can read more about The Art of Street Photography in Martin Parr’s interview, here. “It’s a good opportunity for people to pay a much smaller fee and actually have almost the pleasure of going on six different workshops, hearing how photographers work and more importantly seeing how they work,” Parr tells the publication.
Jean Gaumy’s Arctic
Jean Gaumy’s photographs from the Arctic have been featured in an article about climate change on NRC. On a 2018 trip to Greenland, the photographer joined a scientific mission of the BeBEST International Arctic Laboratory in Daneborg. Read the NRC article on climate change here.
Newsha Tavakolian’s Solo Show Opens
A new solo show, presenting an immersive journey through the major projects of Newsha Tavakolian opened in Mulhouse this week. I know why the rebel sings includes: Iraq, Listen, Look, Ocalan’s Angels, Blank Pages of an Iranian Photo Album, Iran Wall, A Thousand Words for a Picture I Never Took, and FARC Women.
More information, including related talks and events here.