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Featured Essays
Sep 25, 2018
by Moises Saman
Situated in Kyoto’s western Arashiyama district, the Sagano Bamboo Forest is a tranquil sanctuary for those looking to escape from the bustling activity of the city. Visitors often approach the grove by way of the Tenryu-ji Temple and upon entering are encompassed in a green canopy formed by the tall, straight bamboo trees which block out the city. The Japanese Ministry of the Environment identifies... More...
Featured Essays
Sep 25, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Between May and August, 2018 fourteen Magnum photographers shot eighteen stories in five continents for VOGUE. The stories are diverse in subject matter and more-notably in their visual elements, reflecting the range of the photographers’ approach to fashion subjects.

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From the Archive
Sep 25, 2018
by Patrick Zachmann
French filmmaker and writer Marceline Loridan-Ivens died on Sept. 18, aged 90.
Loridan-Ivens explored through her films and books the long-term anguish of surviving Nazi death camps and challenged her compatriots about their attitude toward Jews. She was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1944 in the same convoy as Simone Veil.
Patrick Zachmann photographed her at home in 2015.

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Education
Sep 25, 2018
The Magnum Photos Home Exhibition will open for its seventh instalment in Milan, this October following shows in New York, London, Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Featuring work from 16 Magnum photographers, the show is an exploration of what home means to each participant and is a unique insight into each of their personal styles and artistic voices.

Dates: October 19-28, 2018

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From the Archive
Sep 18, 2018
by Wayne Miller
September 19, 2018 marks 100 years since the birth of Magnum photographer and environmentalist Wayne Miller.

Born in Chicago, Miller studied banking at the University of Illinois, Urbana, while working part-time as a photographer. He went on to study photography at the Art Center School of Los Angeles from 1941 to 1942.

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Featured Essays
Sep 18, 2018
by Jean Gaumy
In May 2018, Jean Gaumy photographed in tough conditions, a sampling campaign carried out in the high Arctic fjord of Young Sound (Greenland) by the BeBEST International Arctic Laboratory.

At this time, the ice and snow cover reaches their maximum at this site, and this is a condition of crucial interest for studying the effects of climate change. In particular, the ice and snow cover affect the seasonal... More...
From the Archive
Sep 18, 2018
by Martin Parr
Russian debutantes are paying the price for the icy relations between Britain and Moscow after the annual Russian Debutantes Ball in London was canceled because wealthy visitors cannot get visas. Martin Parr was given exclusive access to the Ball in 2016.

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