Jacob Aue Sobol
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
Peter van Agtmael
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French, b. 1948
Magnum Workshop with Jean Gaumy in Fécamp, Normandy
Jul 3, 2015
Magnum Photos invites you to enter the creative process of one of our leading photographers, Jean Gaumy, during an unique six-day workshop in his adopted hometown of Fécamp, Normandy.
From 29 September to 4 October, when he will be finishing one of his current photographic projects on the high cliffs of Normandy, Jean Gaumy will guide a group of 9 serious photographers during an intensive daily program...
Agro-Hydraulic Development in Kenya's Kerio Valley
Jun 5, 2015
Through the Sigor program, the Italian Development Cooperation aims to increase revenues and ensure food security of the rural population of Sigor – about 12 thousand people – through the construction of an irrigation system of about 800 total hectares exploiting the water of the Wei Wei river.
Thanks to the project, farmers’ incomes have grown by 15 times, encouraging the development of commerce,...
The Magnum Photos Masterclasses - Italy 2015
Mar 10, 2015
Magnum Photos is proud to participate to the 2015 Workshop program, resulting of the collaboration between Camera – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia and Leica Akademie Italy. On this occasion, some of the most renowned Magnum photographers will lead exclusive masterclasses in some of the most beautiful cities in Italy. To start this unique period Magnum Photos is delighted to announce one 3-day workshop...
A travel journal in Kirghizstan
Apr 25, 2013
A short time ago I was listening on a French radio to an interesting interview with a documentary filmmaker during a broadcast of high quality. At one point the journalist asked him “but finally is there any country which is yet unknown?”. He immediately replied “Kyrgyzstan, capital Bishkek”. He was wrong, I went there in March 2000. He was right, I went there because I sincerely didn’t know where...