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The Magnum Digest: February 11, 2018

Matt Black on NPR, new work by Mikhael Subotzky for TIME, the Susan Meiselas retrospective opens in Paris, and more from Magnum photographers this week

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Matt Black Fence post. Allensworth, California, USA. 2014. © Matt Black | Magnum Photos

Matt Black on NPR

“Poverty is a question of power.” Listen to Matt Black talk about his Geography of Poverty work on NPR here. See more of Matt Black’s work here.

Mikhael Subotzky Cape Town, South Africa. 2018. © Mikhael Subotzky | Magnum Photos

South Africa Water Crisis

Magnum photographer Mikhael Subotzky documented the ongoing water crisis in Cape Town, South Africa for TIME. See the article here.

Martin Parr From 'West Bay', Dorset, England, GB. 1996. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos

The British Seaside

Photographs by Martin Parr and David Hurn exploring the British seaside go on show in London. Read The British Journal of Photography’s interview with Parr and Hurn here.

Susan Meiselas Roseann on the way to Rockaway Beach. New York CIty, USA. 1978. © Susan Meiselas | Magnum Photos

Susan Meiselas Retrospective

As a career-spanning retrospective of Susan Meiselas’s work opened at the Jeu de Paume in Paris, The Guardian published this article about her work. See more of Susan Meiselas’s work here.

Moises Saman Tilde, Cameroon. November, 2017. Hepsata Adgit, wife of Abiso Gambo, is seen in an IDP camp for Cameroonian civilians who have fled their villages due to repeated attacks by armed groups. © Moises Saman | Magnum Photos

Life After Boko Haram

The Guardian’s story on how one woman laid the memory of Boko Haram to rest features photography by Moises Saman. See the article here.

Carl De Keyzer Sculpture of General Kim Jong Il at Munsu Waterpark. Pyongyang, DPR Korea. © Carl De Keyzer | Magnum Photos

A Window into North Korea

Carl De Keyzer’s photographs from North Korea have been published by L’Obs in France. See the story here. Read an interview with the photographer and see more from Carl De Keyzer’s book on Magnum Photos here.