The Magnum Digest: December 3, 2021
Nanna Heitmann photographs Nobel Peace Prize winner, Christopher Anderson’s portrait of Frances Haugen on the front of Time Magazine, Moises Saman in National Geographic, Thomas Dworzak in The Calvert Journal, and more
Thomas Dworzak has given an in-depth interview to The Calvert Journal about his time embedded with the Georgian army in Iraq and Afghanistan in the years following 9/11 and about his new book Khidi – The Bridge, which for the first time brings together his photos from that period.
Christopher Anderson’s portrait of Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen has featured on the front cover of Time Magazine.
National Geographic has published a series of Moises Saman’s images of Burkina Faso.
Three images by Magnum photographers – one by Nanna Heitmann and two by Peter van Agtmael – count among Time Magazine’s defining shots of 2021. See below for two of the photographs in question.
The Guardian has published a selection of images from Steve McCurry’s new book Stories and Dreams, which brings together five decades’ worth of his images featuring children
Also in The Guardian, images by Burt Glinn and Dennis Stock have been published as part of a photo story entitled “Black Ivy: A Style Revolution – in pictures”.
As one of this year’s two official Nobel Peace Prize photographers, Nanna Heitmann has recently photographed Nobel Peace Prize winner Dmitry Muratov in the editorial office of Novaya Gazeta.
Whatever You Say, Say Nothing by Gilles Peress has been reviewed by The New York Times.