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Mikhael Subotzky
South African, b. 1981 (Member)
Dec 29, 2019
Join us in Hoxton Arches in London to explore the work produced by 24 young people under the guidance of Sohrab Hura

“Please Mind the Flash” is an exhibition showcasing photographic work by 24 young Londoners produced as part of Creativity Works: Visual Storytelling programme, a collaboration between Magnum Photos and Create Jobs.

During this free seven-week course, these young creatives worked... More...
Dec 5, 2019
Over the past seven years, photographer Mark Power has travelled across the US to create a complex visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. The first two of five volumes from the series represent a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape, and the divergence of reality and myth.

Most lengthy photographic surveys of the States, with Robert Frank... More...
Featured Essays
Dec 4, 2019
2019 has proven to be another busy year for Magnum Photographers, with dozens covering stories in all corners of the globe.
As the year comes to an end, we present this series of albums highlighting some of the images and feature stories produced during the past 12 months.

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Featured Essays
Dec 4, 2019
After exile from his home country over 44 years ago, Czech-born writer Milan Kundera's citizenship has been restored. Kundera fled from Czechoslovakia in 1975 under political persecution for his writings and positions against the government, and in 1981 became a French national after his Czech citizenship was stripped in the late 1970's.

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Featured Essays
Dec 4, 2019
On November 23, dozens of marches were held in French cities to draw attention to Femicides and other forms of gender-based violence. Since the beginning of 2019, at least 115 women have been killed in France by their partners or ex-partners. This is one of the highest rates of murders linked to domestic violence in Western Europe. Using the hashtag #NousToutes (All of Us), protesters accuse the authorities... More...