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Magnum News
Aug 26, 2015
by Michael Christopher Brown
CNN sat down with photographer Michael Christopher Brown to discuss his experiences while covering Arab Spring in Libya. More...
Magnum News
Aug 26, 2015
by Newsha Tavakolian
Newsha Tavakolian recently photographed Katayoun Khosrowyar, an Iranian-American who's working to get girls involved in soccer despite the wishes of Iranian conservatives who feel that women should play no part in the national sport.
Read the accompanying Wall Street Journal article here. More...
Magnum News
Aug 12, 2015
by Harry Gruyaert
At the conclusion of his major retrospective at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie and anticipating the soon to be released book, and exhibition at Magnum London's Print Room, New York Times’ Lens blog interviewed Harry Gruyaert.... More...
Magnum News
Jul 15, 2015
by Jerome Sessini
Read Jerome Sessini's interview in the French and English versions of Vice Magazine - one of the Vice-Loves-Magnum series of photographer interviews.... More...
Magnum News
Jul 9, 2015
by Philip Jones Griffiths
A new exhibition celebrating the life and work of Philip Jones Griffiths, is to be staged at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. Philip Jones Griffiths – A Welsh Focus on War and Peace features explores his early work in Britain, his world renowned photographs documenting various wars and their effects, as well as lesser known works in the period leading up to his death in 2008. For the first... More...
Magnum News
Jul 7, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
Each July, VICE Media publishes a special Photo Issue of its magazine. This year, Magnum and Magnum Foundation have teamed up with VICE to make an Issue that presents a collaborative, dynamic survey of new work. Informed by photographic history and the state of the medium today, the Issue explores the cross section between photojournalism and fine art.

As the magazine goes into circulation, VICE's... More...
Magnum News
Jul 2, 2015
by Alex Webb
Charles Harbutt, a member of Magnum from 1963 to 1981, died at the end of June, 2015. A unique and remarkable photographer, he was president of Magnum twice — from 1970-1972 and 1976-1978 — and was an important presence in the agency for many years. Charlie was also a singular teacher — as well as an insightful and thought provoking writer on photography, as exhibited by the following texts, which... More...