The Magnum Digest, May 4, 2018
Zeit delves into Christopher Anderson's archive, The Guardian features Jonas Bendiksen at home, The New York Times pays tribute to Abbas, and more from Magnum photographers this week
Christopher Anderson in Zeit
Last week, Zeit Magazine featured a cover story and interview with Christopher Anderson. Subscribers can read the lead feature online here.
Also on Zeit, ahead of Labor day, see archival images featuring traditional workers here.
Susan Meiselas on Dazed
Youth culture magazine Dazed interviewed Susan Meiselas about her outstanding body of work. See what the Magnum photographer had to say about her career, and what advice she has for young photographers here.
Jonas Bendiksen at Home
Featured by The Guardian, Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen‘s image of his baby daughter at home captures a private moment tinged with fear and comedy. See the article about it here.
1968: A World in Turmoil
The Guardian’s feature on how the art of 1968 captured a world in turmoil features Josef Koudelka’s iconic image of the moments troops entered Prague during the August 1968 Prague Spring. See the feature here. See a dedicated feature about Koudelka’s Prague Spring work on Magnum Photos here.
Harry Gruyaert in Belgium
As the Fotomuseum in Antwerp hosts a stunning retrospective of Harry Gruyaert’s work, The Eye of Photography traces the Magnum photographer’s career and his relationship with Belgium. Read the story here.
Abbas, by The New York Times
Following the passing of Magnum photographer Abbas last week, The New York Times published this obituary. Read the Magnum Photos tribute to Abbas here.