The Magnum Digest: January 15, 2021
Moises Saman photographs ‘heirs of the Arab Spring’ for TIME, Lua Ribeira portrays Covid-19 inequality in London, Mark Power’s Good Morning America, part three, plus more
Moises Saman photographs the ‘heirs of the Arab Spring’ for TIME
A piece published in TIME this week followed the story of five activists working in the Middle East, and explored how their work ten years on continues to be shaped by the events of the Arab Spring. The individuals featured, including political organizers, writers, tech pioneers, and environmental campaigners, each had a portrait taken by Magnum photographer Moises Saman. See the work online here, and in the January 18/January 23, 2021 print edition of the magazine.
Lua Ribeira’s London images in De Standaard
The magazine supplement of Dutch newspaper De Standaard has published work completed by Lua Ribeira on assignment in London, capturing the differing impact of Covid-19 in relation to income inequality across two of the city’s boroughs. See the work online here and in the latest edition of De Standaard Weekblad magazine.
Mark Power’s Good Morning America project featured in Creative Review
The third and latest installment of Mark Power’s multi-book project, Good Morning America, has been featured in Creative Review. “Desolate landscapes and scarce evidence of civilisation eerily pre-empt the devastating, isolating chaos of the pandemic as much as they do the societal storm that’s swept through the nation,” writes the magazine’s Megan Williams. Read the article here.
The Telegraph India reviews Sohrab Hura’s exhibition
An exhibition of work by Sohrab Hura, currently on show at Experimenter Gallery, Kolkata (as well as virtually on their website) has been reviewed by The Telegraph India. “Even nature’s most beautiful creations, such as flowers and birds, turn into phantasms as Hura aims the blinding light of the flash at them,” writes the paper. See the full piece here, and find more information about the exhibition here.