This homage to Paris by Magnum photographers reveals a multifaceted portrait of the city’s elegant and effervescent character.
Fascinated by the extravagance of New Yorkers, Gilden pays tribute to the singularity of the city and its inhabitants with the whimsical portraits gathered in this exhibition.
This exhibition is a homage to the beauty and allure of reading, bringing together a unique collection of photographs taken by Steve McCurry over his more than four decades of travel.
In November 2017, Paolo Pellegrin traveled to one of the most remote places on earth, the Antarctic, where he joined Operation Ice Bridge, a NASA expedition to document the impact of climate change, a subject of prime importance to the photographer. The combination of abstract beauty and impending destruction elevate the works of this exhibition to something more than mere visual documents.
There are few things that unify people across the world better than the game of football. More than just kicking a ball about, football stirs passions beyond rational thought, affecting the mood of a nation or even the fortunes of a government. Since the 1930s, Magnum photographers have photographed the world of football, documenting the teams, the supporters, and the game.
Martin Luther King Jr. dedicated his life to fight for equality and justice for all Americans. On October 14, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolent resistance.
The Empire State Building is to New York as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. Visible from a great distance, this grand example of architecture is a staple of the city’s iconic skyline. With a total height of 1,454 feet, the Empire State Building is not only a welcomed view to Magnum photographers, it is also a great challenge; how does one fit this grand building into one’s lens?
On 15 April 2019, a violent fire partially destroyed Notre-Dame de Paris. Thanks to the prompt mobilisation by Parisian firefighters, the cathedral was saved. Since that fateful day, Patrick Zachmann has returned regularly to the construction site of Notre-Dame de Paris. Thanks to his photographs, the security and reinforcement works, the prerequisites for restoring this monument have been documented.
Selected from a collection of several hundred movie shoots in which Magnum photographers accompanied actors on and off set, this exhibition presents the Seventh Art in its manifold ways.
Scale the earth’s most inspiring mountains and breathtaking peaks through photographs selected from the Magnum archives, taken by some of the world’s most celebrated photographers.
The bicycle caught on camera embodies Magnum founding member Henri Cartier-Bresson’s famous ‘decisive moment’; when the bike at full speed enters the frame it is captured by the skilled photographer in just the perfect instance. This particular edition of Magnum Photos Box illustrates the agency’s long standing documentation of this universal mode of transportation.