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Oct 17, 2014
by Moises Saman
On Wednesday, October 15th Moises Saman received a W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund that will allow him to continue his project concerning his past coverage of Arab Spring events.
Since 2011 Saman has spent considerable time on assignment in multiple hotspots: Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Syrian, Lebanon and Iraq. He's now had a chance to step back and reassess the imagery he accumulated during his many trips... More...
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Oct 16, 2014
by Moises Saman
Moises Saman spent the first week of October documenting the tense and massive pro-democracy demonstrations that shut down part of Hong Kong.

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Oct 15, 2014
by Michael Christopher Brown
Kurdish refugees have been entering Turkey at Suruc on the Syrian border, many of which are fleeing from the Islamic State advance on Kobane.
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Oct 13, 2014
by Larry Towell
For thirty years, Afghanistan has known only war. Renowned Magnum photographer Larry Towell presents a moving and in-depth look at the country, whose citizens and landscapes are affected by conflict on a daily basis. Towell, a veteran conflict reporter, has also worked in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Mexico, Palestine, and Israel. This work was shot between 2008 and 2011, offering a tour de force examination... More...
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Oct 7, 2014
Former president of Haiti, Jean-Claude Duvalier, widely known as "Baby Doc", died of a heart attack on October 4th, 2014. For decades, Magnum photographers have documented the complex political environs borne out of the rule of "Baby Doc" and his father, "Papa Doc."

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Oct 3, 2014
by Bruno Barbey
It was in the wake of the official visit of President Pompidou Bruno Barbey discovered China in flux, but still under the influence of the Cultural Revolution.
At the time, most of the population were wearing the Mao suit and the walls were covered with colorful slogans. A few years later, the photographer returned and already saw the effects of the invitation of the Chinese people, by Deng Xiaoping:... More...
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Sep 26, 2014
by Martin Parr
Black Country Stories is a four-year project documenting everyday life in the Black Country comes to an end this year as renowned Magnum photographer, Martin Parr completes his work on Black Country Stories, which will be showcased at The New Art Gallery Walsall, opening on 4 October, 2014.

Commissioned and produced by West Bromwich based Multistory, a leading community arts organisation, the project,... More...