Magnum Darkroom Prints reveal an analog history — how depth and layers are accentuated through the printing process; how the subject is brought to life. They are also a testimony to the eye of the printer and the magic of the darkroom. This hidden history is made visible in the new collection, made up of ten prints, available now.

James Dean, New York, 1955

Dennis Stock

The Mennonites, 1994

Larry Towell

Jerusalem, 1957

Burt Glinn

Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick and Chuck Wein, New York, 1965

Burt Glinn

Audrey Hepburn, New York, 1954

Dennis Stock

Muhammad Ali, Chicago, 1966

Thomas Hoepker

Washington D.C., 1957

Bob Henriques

Myanmar (Burma), 1997

Hiroji Kubota

Harlem, New York, USA, 1963

Leonard Freed

New York, USA, 1998

Chien-Chi Chang

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