A book forms a disturbing, diverse account of a very turbulent year.
After an independent investigation found David Alan Harvey’s actions “a breach of Magnum’s Code of Conduct,” the photographer resigned from the agency.
A photographic series by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey includes photos of a partially undressed minor, featuring the tags “Prostitute,” “Breast,” and “Teenage girl – 13 to 18 years.”
Magnum, which is entirely owned by photographers, started its historic membership program back in 1955.
The artist is donating proceeds from the sale, a collaboration between Magnum Photos and the Aperture Foundation, to her activist group PAIN (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now).
With the Prince Street Girls series, Susan Meiselas has accomplished something subtle but radical: a body of work devoted entirely to how women regard each other without the infiltration of a male perspective.
A phonebook is a collection of data that encapsulates a specific place at a specific time. It’s a complete historical record, a city in book form. Rochester 585/716 wonders whether a photo book can be the same.
Contact prints by legendary Magnum photographers, including Martin Parr, Eve Arnold, David Hurn, Elliot Erwitt, Bruno Barbey, Burt Glinn, Guy Le Querrec, Herbert List, Thomas Hoepker, David Seymour, and more, are available starting today.
The multifaceted career of Swiss photographer Monique Jacot comes from her affiliation with a choice selection of 20th-century photographic endeavors. A current retrospective at Das Verborgene Museum, Reportages and Daydreams, Jacot’s first exhibition in Germany, reflects this diversity.