The Magnum Digest: April 18, 2019
Notre-Dame by Magnum photographers, last chance to see Martin Parr's exhibition in Manchester, Alec Soth shoots for W Magazine, and more from Magnum photographers this week
Notre-Dame by Magnum Photographers
As fire engulfed the iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, Patrick Zachmann joined onlookers on the streets of Paris to photograph the fire. His work features in Vanity Fair‘s article that explores the significance of the incident for catholicism. The piece also includes an archival photo of the famous spire by Magnum’s Inge Morath. Read the feature here.
Alec Soth for W Magazine
Alec Soth travelled to the outskirts of Athens, Ohio, to photograph artists Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch, who have built a 32-Acre “queer playground”. Read their story and see Soth’s photos of the space on W Magazine here.
Last Chance to See: Martin Parr’s “Return to Manchester”
This weekend is your final opportunity to see Martin Parr’s decades-spanning work made in Manchester at the city’s art gallery.
Harry Gruyaert’s Edges on PhotoBook Journal
The new edition of Harry Gruyaert’s book Edges has been reviewed on PhotoBook Journal, which says, “Gruyaert shares the wisdom of his long and rich life, and in so doing offers the viewer images of depth and poetry, of danger and indifference, drama and subtlety, community and isolation.”
Buy a signed copy of Rivages on the Magnum Shop here.
Upcoming London Talk
On April 24, Magnum nominee Sim Chi Yin will give a presentation entitled “Images, Agency, and the Environment” at the Barbican Centre in London. The photographer will present two bodies of work and discuss her practice within the context of a discussion on the agency of images. More information and booking here.
Read Sim discuss her project on the international sand trade here on Magnum.
Olivia Arthur on i-D
The Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur spoke to i-D Magazine recently about about her work photographing Mumbai’s LGBT+ communities, documenting fleeting moments of solitude and tenderness amongst the maelstrom of the city.