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May 17, 2019
by Magnum Photographers
Ieoh Ming Pei (I.M. Pei), the world-renowned Chinese American architect, has died at age of 102. Pei designed some of the 20th century's most iconic structures, include the Louvre Pyramid in Paris, France, the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong, The Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, and the East Wing of the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.... More...
May 17, 2019
by Magnum Photographers
Images from the archive concerning the history of Iran/US relations and US military presence in the Persian Gulf. More...
Education
May 17, 2019
Join Magnum photographer Matt Black for this shooting & project development workshop at the Magnum Paris office


Organized into two intensive sessions and a one-week shooting assignment, this workshop will challenge you to push your practice forward, develop new ideas, create new images for a new or existing project, and edit and sequence your project into a zine/newspaper to be produced at the culmination... More...
May 14, 2019
by Martin Parr
This summer Martin Parr’s work will be displayed
within the gardens of the famous palace

Martin Parr has taken inspiration from the crowds of
people who visit Versailles, their cosmopolitan and
diversity giving rise to a colourful series of images, rich
in emotion and typical ironic humour. This series are
on display in the Pavillon Frais, located in the French
Garden of the Petit Trianon, now open... More...
May 13, 2019
by Thomas Dworzak
Thomas Dworzak WWI project goes on show during the
International Month of Photojournalism in Padova
Feldpost was the name given to the German military
postal system used before, and during, World War I.
Thomas Dworzak’s project of the same name has seen
the Magnum photographer, over the last seven years,
create an annotated image for each day of the Great War
– over 1,500 of them in total. These ‘postcards’,... More...
May 10, 2019
by Alex Webb
Alex Webb’s first comprehensive monograph goes on
show during the International Month of Photojournalism in
Padova

“The Suffering of Light” is the first comprehensive
monograph charting the career of acclaimed American
photographer Alex Webb. Recognized as a pioneer of
American color photography since the 1970’s, he has
consistently created photographs characterized by
intense color and light.
Gathering... More...
May 10, 2019
by Eve Arnold
A retrospective of Eve Arnold’s portraits of women goes
on show in Abano Terme

From May until December an exhibition entirely
dedicated to Eve Arnold’s portraits of women will
take place at Casa-Museo Villa Bassi, in the heart of
Abano Terme. Her first Italian retrospective is
curated by Marco Minuz.

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