Magnum Digest

The Magnum Digest: March 4, 2018

Bruce Davidson wins a lifetime achievement award, two exhibitions open, and more work from Magnum photographers this week

Magnum Photographers

Bruce Davidson | Bruce Davidson: Magnum Legacy Kathy fixing her hair in a cigarette machine mirror. Brooklyn Gang, Coney Island, New York City, USA. 1959. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos

ICP Infinity Award

Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson has been awarded the ICP 2018 Infinity Award for lifetime achievement. In a career spanning more than half a century, Bruce Davidson has become known for his dedication to documenting social inequality. See more of Davidson’s work here.

Mark Power Harlan, Kentucky, USA. December 10th, 2015. © Mark Power | Magnum Photos

Mark Power in America

Mark Power talks to the Financial Times about his ongoing work photographing America. Subscribers can see the feature here.

Carolyn Drake Internat © Carolyn Drake | Magnum Photos

Carolyn Drake in BJP

The British Journal of Photography spoke to Magnum’s Carolyn Drake about her book Internat. Read the interview here.

Ian Berry in The Guardian

The Guardian‘s feature on how Colombia’s farmers have found home after decades of bloody civil war features photography by Ian Berry. See the article here.

Antoine d’ Agata Miramas, September, 2017. © Antoine d’ Agata | Magnum Photos

Home in New York

The Magnum Home exhibition opened in New York this week. Work by 16 Magnum photographers responding to the concept of home is showing at Milk Gallery until March 14. More info on the exhibition here.

Alec Soth USA. 2006 © Alec Soth | Magnum Photos

Another Kind of Life

This week, the Barbican Centre in London opened its latest blockbuster photography show. Another Kind of Life explores the lives of people living on the margins of society, and features work by Alec Soth, Jim Goldberg, Chris Steele-Perkins, Bruce Davidson and Danny Lyon. Read the Magnum article about the show here.