The Magnum Digest: September 23, 2018
Magnum collaborates with Climate Visuals, Carolyn Drake shoots for Garage Magazine, Martin Parr talks fashion, and more from Magnum Photos this week
Climate Visuals x Magnum Photos
Climate Visuals has collaborated with the Magnum archive on a curation of images about climate change. The ‘Climate Visuals’ project (led by Climate Outreach) is an initiative based on international social research, which offers seven, evidence-based, core principles for improved visual communication around climate change.
In addition, a growing online image library relating to climate change causes, impacts and solutions illustrates the research and principles behind the project, providing inspiration and guidance to campaigners, picture editors, journalists and communications practitioners. The website showcases these carefully selected images from partner photographic agencies and photographers, allowing users to search via a series of galleries and filters.
Alex Webb: Fine Art, Every Day
Four Magnum photographers were invited by Samsung to create a series of images demonstrating how photography enables them to capture art in the everyday for the new ‘Fine Art, Every Day’ collection. You can follow Alex Webb on Instagram this week, where he is sharing a series of images taken while exploring the streets of Chicago.
Magnum Photos has partnered with Samsung to create a new collection of images for The Frame. The curation of 28 images will be made available to display on the TV via Samsung’s digital art platform, Art Store.
Martin Parr on Fashion
Martin Parr spoke to The Guardian and The Observer for their biannual fashion supplement about why he’s doing more fashion work than ever before. “I’m not copying whatever the latest trend might be. I just use my own language,” he says.
Read the feature here.
Also on Zeit Online, to mark 60 years since the Tet Offensive, a feature looks back at the work of Magnum photographer Philip Jones Griffiths, whose photographs of the Vietnam War represent one of the most thorough documents of the conflict.