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Mar 26, 2019
The creative duo lead two weekend workshops designed to help you identify the next steps in your photographic development

We are pleased to present two intensive weekend masterclasses led by the unique creative couple Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb in Hong Kong.

Do you know where you're going next with your photography — or where it’s taking you? This workshop will help photographers begin to... More...
Mar 20, 2019
by Josef Koudelka
Providing a poignant insight into their nomadic lifestyle, for Josef Koudelka documented the Gypsy communities he encountered on his travels

Photographing between 1962 and 1971, Koudelka was drawn to the nomadic lifestyle, rituals and customs of the Romany Gypsies he encountered whilst taking on a nomadic lifestyle of his own, travelling through his native Czechoslovakia and beyond to rural Romania,... More...
Mar 20, 2019
by Sergio Larrain
A retrospective exhibition of the Chilean photographer Sergio Larrain traces the photographer’s short but highly influential career

A good image is created by a state of grace. Grace expresses itself when it has been freed from conventions, free like a child in his early discovery of the reality. The game is then to organize the rectangle.” – Sergio Larrain

With his poetic approach, Sergio Larraín... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 20, 2019
by Magnum Photographers
With the long-running Brexit saga struggling to find any consensus politically or the wider population, the polarisation of opinion in the UK is visualized at its height outside the Houses of Parliament. Remain and Leave supporters to gather daily in various forms of clothing and temperament in the hope of persuading the politicians (and the population passing by) that their opinion is the right one.... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 20, 2019
by Enri Canaj
"Niger is a key transit point for Sub-Saharian migration, and its central cities have been a common stopover for migrants and refugees passing through the country since a long time.
In many scenarios, the original plan for many migrants is to go to Europe and, for the ones that are not able to accomplish it, the journey ends in the city of Agadez, known as “ the desert entrance”. Since 2016, the road... More...
Magnum News
Mar 14, 2019
by Paolo Pellegrin
The Magnum photographer’s work created on NASA’s IceBridge expedition goes on show in the Magnum Print Room


In November 2017, Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin, joined NASA’s IceBridge expedition to document the impact of climate change on the Antarctic. The resulting aerial photographs will go on display for the first time in the UK at the Magnum Print Room and show the deceptive beauty of a damaged... More...
Featured Essays
Mar 13, 2019
by Rafal Milach
Established in 1862, the Sokol (Falcon) gymnastic-cum-paramilitary organization created the foundations of contemporary concepts of the Czech nation. During the interwar years, the many thousands of synchronized displays given by the Sokol clubs came to symbolize the popularization of the nationalist ideology and the notion of society’s mental and physical renewal. The organization, which had sympathized... More...
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