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South African, b. 1981
People & Places
Sep 16, 2014
Frank Bowling, OBE is an internationally renowned contemporary artist who works primarily in abstract painting. South Bank. London. 2013. © Steve McCurry / Magnum Photos
Less well known is the large network of individual artists, designers and makers that live and work in the area. Their collective output, eclectic and ambitious, is exhibited on the world stage and imbues the South Bank with a palpable...
From the Archive
New Book: Regarding Women
Sep 15, 2014
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...
Sep 13, 2014
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.
One Archive, Three Views
Sep 12, 2014
Three selectors are challenged to reinterpret how social, cultural and political inclinations have shaped Magnum’s globally renowned archive.
Formed in 1947 as a photography collective, Magnum built its global reputation on representing photographers and preserving their authorship and creative control. Over its 67 year history, Magnum photographers generated a rich archive of prints and material...
Faces of Christianity
Sep 12, 2014
One of the leading photographers of our age journeys to Christian communities around the world. His thoughtful observations in black-and-white, provide a magnificent photographic testimony to what it means to be a Christian at the dawn of the third millennium.
Having left his native Iran prior to the Islamic Revolution of 1979, which he covered with great fascination and apprehension, Abbas now devotes...