The Magnum Digest: August 16, 2019
The Unretrouched Women exhibition, getting started in street photography, and Magnum’s educational director interviewed
Unretouched Women on Fisheye
French photographic publication Fisheye has covered the Unretouched Women exhibition in Arles, which sees Susan Meiselas and Eve Arnold’s photographs featured alongside Abigail Heyman’s. The exhibition combines work from the three photographers’ photobooks, which challenged gender bias and were all published in the 1970s – including Arnold’s The Unretouched Woman and Meiselas’s Carnival Strippers.
The show is on display until September 22. More information can be found here.
You can learn more about The Unretouched Woman here, and Meiselas’s Carnival Strippers here. You can read the Fisheye article – in French – here.
The Art of Street Photography: exclusive preview
In the second instalment of its new series, Digital Camera World has published more exclusive previews of Magnum’s online education program: Magnum Learn. Following on from last week’s introduction to the genre of street photography – which is the focus of the first Magnum Learn course – the latest feature delves into the particulars of getting started making work on the street.
You can see the article, here, and read an essay by Magnum’s Cultural Director – Pauline Vermare – on Magnum photos’ long history in the street photography world, here.
The trailer for The Art of Street Photography course can be seen here.
Magnum’s Global Director of Education in interview
B&H has featured an interview with Magnum’s Global Director of Education, Shannon Ghannam, and educational consultant Amber Terranova – the pair who worked on the recent professional practice masterclass at New Jersey’s Mana Contemporary, led by Magnum photographer Gregory Halpern. You can read about some of the key lessons from that masterclass, here.
In the B&H article they discuss Magnum Learn, and the respective strengths of both in-person and online educational offerings. You can read the B&H feature here.