Ajax loader
Cart is empty
Blog
Posts by
Page
of 19
From the Archive
Dec 22, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
British rock and soul singer/songwriter Joe Cocker has passed away from an undisclosed illness at the age of 70. The Grammy-winning performer was well known for his gritty, powerful voice.

Click here to access the images for licensing request and lightbox editing. More...
From the Archive
Dec 15, 2014
by Robert Capa © International Center of Photography
December 16th marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of the Bulge, so-named due to the massive depression created in the allied lines as shown on maps. This final, massive German offensive was aimed to smash through Allied positions and re-capture Antwerp, a seminal supply line. Hitler had also hoped that a successful attack would so damage the Western-Allies' forces that a cease-fire... More...
From the Archive
Dec 11, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Text by Éric Hazan
This homage to Paris by the great Magnum photographers reveals a multifaceted portrait of the city’s effervescent character in 270 photographs.
By documenting the everyday workings of the city, Magnum’s photographers capture the essence of Parisian life. Their photographs show the city as it lives and breathes—from fashion shows to underground jazz clubs, from the bustling metro... More...
From the Archive
Dec 10, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Exploring conflict around the world since 1947, Magnum photographers have, throughout the decades, often encountered the deplorable things that lie in darkest corners of a war. Specifically, photographers have always made an effort to capture the injustices of torture, to bear witness to the practice's brutal aftermaths and manifestations. Given the recent revelations concerning the American Central... More...
From the Archive
Dec 10, 2014
by Thomas Dworzak
The First Chechen War began 20 years ago, on December 11th, 1994. The conflict pitted the Russian Federation against Chechen separatists and lasted 20 months. The separatists used guerrilla tactics to incur heavy casualties on vastly more numerous Russia forces. With the Russian public expressing overwhelming opposition to the war, President Boris Yeltsin decided to declare a ceasefire.
Thomas Dworzak... More...
From the Archive
Dec 8, 2014
In the wake of the failed indictment of both the police officer involved in the death of Ferguson's Michael Brown, and the police officer involved in the death of Staten Island's Eric Garner, the American national conversation has definitively and justifiably turned toward issues of race in America. And the visual conversation unfolding -- from the photographs coming out of Ferguson that land on various... More...
From the Archive
Nov 21, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
November 21, 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Verrazano Bridge. Linking the boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island, it was the worlds longest suspension bridge until 1981. The bridge remains the longest bridge span in North and South America and is crossed by an estimated 190,000 cars a day.

Please click here to access the individual images for licensing requests and lightbox... More...
1
...