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Nov 24, 2015
by Moises Saman
The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition 2015 is about the National Dialogue Quartet. It tells the story of Tunisia after the Arab Spring, about the road from chaos and mass protests to a new constitution and free elections.
The Nobel Peace Prize for 2015 is awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet. The quartet is made up of four organizations which joined forces and took on the role of mediator when... More...
Nov 24, 2015
by Erich Lessing
The University Museum and Art Gallery collaborates with the Austrian Consulate for Hong Kong and Macau as well as the Erich Lessing Archive to present the photography of celebrated Magnum photographer Erich Lessing. The Pulse of Time includes documentary images from the pinnacle of Lessing’s career in the 1950s and 1960s, which illustrate the journalist’s ability to be working in the right place at... More...
Magnum News
Nov 23, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
We are proud to announce that the International Committee of the Red Cross is the recipient of the 2015 Magnum Photos Seasonal Benefit.

The International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC has an exclusively humanitarian mission: to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance, whilst endeavoring to prevent suffering by... More...
Featured Essays
Nov 23, 2015
by Mark Power
Two days after he left Paris, Mark Power returned to the city to document street memorials set up at the sites of the November 13th terror attacks.
See his images on The New Yorker's website. More...
Featured Essays
Nov 20, 2015
by Bruno Barbey
Bruno and Caroline Barbey have composed a video documenting public mourning in Paris. View it here. More...
Magnum News
Nov 19, 2015
by Hiroji Kubota
On the occasion of the release of his retrospective book, Hiroji Kubota was interviewed by Misha Erwitt. Read it on the New York Times Lens Blog. More...
Magnum News
Nov 16, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum Photos is interested in finding out your opinion and feedback on our work. We’re asking you, our audience, to tell us what you think, so that we can understand how to tell better stories online, and how we can give you better access to our work and our photographers.

Please fill in this survey questionnaire. It will take about 10 minutes to answer the 25 questions. As a thank you, you will... More...