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Micha Bar Am
Michael Christopher Brown
Carl De Keyzer
Cristina Garcia Rodero
Philip Jones Griffiths
David Alan Harvey
Guy Le Querrec
Miguel Rio Branco
W. Eugene Smith
Jacob Aue Sobol
Peter van Agtmael
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The Daily Gallery
From the Archive
Portrait of Marrakech (Working Title)
Dec 10, 2013
by Magnum Photographers
In a collaborative project with MMPVA (Marrakech Museum of Photography and the Visual Arts), five Magnum photographers lived and worked for two weeks alongside curator Simon Njami and the local creative community of Marrakech, to document the city. A pop up exhibition is currently on show at the MMP+ space in Badi Palace, Marrakech through to 1 February 2014.
Simon Njami, Curator - The Shock Of Being...
Dec 9, 2013
by Raghu Rai
This photo book is an extraordinary collection of black and white photographs drawn from an archive spanning over forty years. The tree has been one of those enduring subjects, which has been consistently
photographed since the beginning of photography. It has been an object of reverence and awe.
An avid gardener and nature lover, Raghu Rai’s photographs were not made in pursuit of a book or exhibition,...
South Africa Mourns Nelson Mandela's Passing
Dec 6, 2013
by Magnum Photographers
Nelson Mandela, one of the world's most celebrated champions of peace and equality, died on December 5th, 2013. Magnum photographers have photographed Mandela throughout his life, documenting his rise to power in South African politics and the indelible marks of change, freedom and hope he left on his home country and beyond.
In the hours following Mandela's passing, Magnum's Mikhael Subotzky, a...
The Christmas Tree Bucket - Trent Parke's Family Album
Dec 4, 2013
by Trent Parke
"Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse..."
The Christmas Tree Bucket is a modern-day Christmas story with a dark edge. A wordless narrative, Parke’s story is an ironic take on the typical Australian suburban Christmas. He photographs friends and family, and casts them in a twisted tale that merges fact and fiction. The viewer is...
Moises Saman Receives 2013 Leuchtturm Award
Nov 22, 2013
by Moises Saman
The "Leuchtturm" 2013 for extraordinary journalistic work (lighthouse 2013) is given to Magnum photographer Moises Saman and journalist Michael Obert for their exceptional reportage "im Reich des Todes" (Empire of Death) published in Sueddeutsche Zeitung Magazin July 2013. The reportage sheds light on almost unknown torture camps in Sinai, where Bedouin criminals have established a system of kidnapping,...
Nov 19, 2013
by Alec Soth
For the fifth edition of The LBM Dispatch, Alec Soth and Brad Zellar hit the road in early May and drove through a snowstorm across the plains, headed for the Rocky Mountains. They visited dozens of towns in Colorado, met hundreds of people, and spent two weeks roaming both sides of the Continental Divide and battling the altitude, weather, technical problems, and the unshakeable John Denver. The result...
Romas in France
Nov 13, 2013
by Jerome Sessini
While on assignment in France for Médecins du Monde, Jerome SESSINI returned several times, on his own initiative, to a Roma camp in the north of Paris. After being accepted by the community, Jerome was very moved by the fervor of Roma during Sunday Masses and fascinated by the personality half angel, half-demon of Roma, a mysterious community.
Jerome’s Roma project is a work in progress.