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Mar 14, 2019
by Paolo Pellegrin
The Magnum photographer’s work created on NASA’s IceBridge expedition goes on show in the Magnum Print Room


In November 2017, Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin, joined NASA’s IceBridge expedition to document the impact of climate change on the Antarctic. The resulting aerial photographs will go on display for the first time in the UK at the Magnum Print Room and show the deceptive beauty of a damaged... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 13, 2019
by Rafal Milach
Established in 1862, the Sokol (Falcon) gymnastic-cum-paramilitary organization created the foundations of contemporary concepts of the Czech nation. During the interwar years, the many thousands of synchronized displays given by the Sokol clubs came to symbolize the popularization of the nationalist ideology and the notion of society’s mental and physical renewal. The organization, which had sympathized... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 13, 2019
by Magnum Photographers
André Previn, the German American Academy Award-winning pianist, conductor, and composer has died aged 89. Magnum photographed André at home with his wife, the actress Mia Farrow, and his children.

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Magnum News
Mar 13, 2019
by Matt Black
A selection of works from the American photographer’s epic documentation of poverty across the U.S goes on show

Matt Black’s ongoing project The Geography of Poverty, looks at designated “poverty areas” — with poverty rates of above 20 per cent as defined by the US census—and examines the conditions of powerlessness, prejudice, and pragmatism among America’s poor. Having travelled 100,000 miles across... More...
Featured Essays
Feb 26, 2019
by Wayne Miller
In 1942, as America mobilized for World War II, 24-year-old Wayne Miller joined the US Navy and was assigned to the Naval Aviation Photographic Unit, commanded by Edward Steichen. Over the next three years, Miller documented the Pacific War, from the lower decks of aircraft carriers to the skies above beach landings. He was one of the first photographers to visit Hiroshima after its destruction.

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Featured Essays
Feb 26, 2019
by Alex Majoli
For eight years and across several continents, Alex Majoli has been photographing events and non-events. Political demonstrations, humanitarian emergencies, and quiet moments of everyday life. What holds all these images together is a sense of theatre. A sense that we are all actors, all playing the parts that history and circumstance demand of us. Majoli’s photographs result from his own performance.... More...
Featured Essays
Feb 26, 2019
by Chien-Chi Chang
Alfonso Cuarón has won a Best Director Academy Award for “Roma”, a semi-autobiographical film set in Mexico City during the early 1970s. In January, he won a Golden Globe Award, also for Best Director.
Cuarón established himself as a respected filmmaker with the release of “Y Tu Mamá Tabién” (2001) and gained great notoriety for “Children of Men” (2006) and “Gravity” (2013). He won a Best Director... More...
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