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Featured Essays
Sep 22, 2014
by Martin Parr
Hong Kong Parr is a new publication by award winning photographer Martin Parr, to coincide with his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at Blindspot Gallery. Parr’s photographs of the city, taken in 2013, capture the barrage of fashion, food and colour in Hong Kong, one of the most densely populated cities in the world.

Known for his satirical and humorous social documentary on modern life, this new... More...
Sep 22, 2014
by Steve McCurry
Behold the hands
how they promise, conjure, appeal, menace, pray, supplicate,
refuse, beckon, interrogate, admire, confess, cringe, instruct, command,
mock and what not besides, with a variation and multiplication of
variation which makes the tongue envious.
– Michel de Montaigne

http://stevemccurry.wordpress.com/2014/09/22/language-of-hands/... More...
From the Archive
Sep 18, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
Italian film legend Sophia Loren turns 80 on September 20th. Here is a selection of images spanning her long and successful career. More...
Magnum News
Sep 16, 2014
by Steve McCurry
London’s South Bank has come to be recognised as the cultural hub of the city, an internationally recognised creative district with national arts institutions lining the river and Borough Market playing host to artisan food producers from across the country.

Less well known is the large network of individual artists, designers and makers that live and work in the area. Their collective output, eclectic... More...
From the Archive
Sep 15, 2014
by Elliott Erwitt
Photographic master Elliott Erwitt has created many noteworthy portraits of womankind over the years. In Regarding Women he presents us with an exceptional collection composed (almost) exclusively of black-and-white female portraits. This volume is Erwitt’s evocative personal tribute to female strength, intelligence, and beauty. The archival material spans several generations, with many images not... More...
Featured Essays
Sep 13, 2014
by Stuart Franklin
With the forecasts on the referendum on independence for Scotland predicting a very close result, a momentous change and the break-up of the United Kingdom could be a reality.

Stuart Franklin followed the Yes and No campaign trail across Scotland in the final week of canvassing. More...
From the Archive
Sep 11, 2014
by Magnum Photographers
By now, the story of September 11th has been burned into our collective memory, but few have seen New York from the perspective of Magnum photographers. On that tragic morning, eleven members of the legendary photo agency immediately dispersed from their monthly meeting in New York to document as the events unfolded, risking their own lives to record the incomprehensible. Their photographs, by turns... More...