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Featured Essays
Jan 28, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
American basketball player Kobe Bryant has died in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles, California. Bryant played for the Los Angeles Lakers for his entire 20 year professional career and is widely considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time.

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Featured Essays
Jan 28, 2020
by Peter van Agtmael
On November 3, 2018 Major Brent Taylor, a 17 year veteran of the US Army, was killed while training local troops near Camp Scorpion in Kabul. Major Taylor was in his second term as mayor of North Odgen, Utah when he took a leave of absence to complete his fourth tour of duty in Afghanistan. Peter van Agtmael, on assignment for TIME Magazine, photographed Major Taylor’s widow, Jeannie, and the seven... More...
Featured Essays
Jan 28, 2020
by Lua Ribeira
The remains of former dictator Francisco Franco were exhumed on October 24th in a controversial move that has divided opinion in Spain for decades. The Spanish government decided to move Franco's remains from the grand mausoleum in the Valle de los caidos (Valley of the Fallen), where he had been buried in 1975, to the nearby Mingorrubio state cemetery in El Pardo, north of Madrid, where his wife is... More...
From the Archive
Jan 28, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
International Holocaust Remembrance Day

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Featured Essays
Jan 28, 2020
by Christopher Anderson
In late 2019, on assignment for Time magazine, Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson photographed French president Emmanuel Macron at Élysée Palace in Paris.

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Featured Essays
Jan 28, 2020
by Chien-Chi Chang
(From 2003) SARS has been spread faster in Taiwan than in any other area besides mainland China and Hong Kong. Taiwanese officials are trying to contain the disease as the number of cases has risen to more than 530. Sixty deaths have been attributed to the disease.
Though almost all the cases of SARS, severe acute respiratory syndrome, so far have involved only health care workers, President Chen Shui-bian... More...
Education
Jan 27, 2020
Join photographer Stuart Franklin in the beautiful Japanese countryside to explore the connections between Photography and Poetry, and develop your photographic voice amongst the cherry blossom of the region.

Spend five days exploring connections between photography and poetry in Kawazu, in the Shizuoka prefecture. In this serene environment in between the sea and the mountains, far from the noise... More...
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