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ICRC Apr 14
Millions of lives shattered. Haunting capture the devastating reality of the crisis.
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Magnum Photos Apr 13
The first edition of the new Magnum Chronicles series places recent wars and the rise of ISIS in the long view of history. The limited newspaper will be distributed for free globally from next week.
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Magnum Photos Apr 11
Magnum photographers and reflect on their continuing work in Iraq and how the country has shaped both their careers and personal lives.
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Lydia Polgreen Apr 9
This is a shattering piece of writing.
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New Yorker Photo Apr 9
Paul Fusco found a spot at an open window, and, for the eight hours it took the train to get to Washington, he shot picture after picture of the crowds who came out to witness Robert F. Kennedy’s body being carried to its grave.
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Magnum Photos Apr 7
David Hurn: A Life in Pictures, celebrating the Magnum photographer's prolific career to date, is being broadcast again on this coming Monday at 10pm.
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Aperture Foundation Apr 5
Susan Meiselas will be signing On the Frontline, Nicaragua, and Meditations (Damiani, 2018) at Damiani booth at today at 2:45pm. Here’s our full list of speakers and signings:
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Emin Özmen Apr 5
The Guardian have published a photo essay on Lake Chad humanitarian crises illustrated with photographers ’s work from Cameroon, ‘s from Chad, @newshatavakolian‘s from Nigeria and my work from Niger with support of / Text Ruth Maclean
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Aperture Foundation Apr 3
From the “Sounds” issue of Aperture magazine: Newsha Tavakolian, CD cover for Mahsa Vahdat, from the series Listen, 2010
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lynsey addario Apr 3
By the great On the Road to Sinjar, Armed Men With Shifting Allegiances Decide Who Can Pass
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Jonas Bendiksen Apr 2
As we round up Easter holidays, a segment on The Last Testament tonight at 10pm on France 2, on 'Stupéfiant' on France 2!
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Bangumi Apr 2
: Le photographe de la prestigieuse agence , a capturé 7 "Jésus" à travers le monde... Spéciale "Dieu" CE SOIR dès 22H50 sur avec !
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cale salih Apr 1
Such fun to moderate a conversation on why we should be cautiously optimistic about after IS, with the ever impressive at in Tokyo last week. See other/upcoming UNU events here:
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Ishaan Tharoor Mar 26
This is a terrific and important piece on the tragedy of the Yemen war by
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Magnum Photos Mar 25
As the classic group show is reimagined, Magnum's women photographers discuss the role of the all-female show.
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Kareem Fahim Mar 23
How war and President Trump's travel ban has left American citizens and Yemeni-American families trapped in Djibouti by
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moises saman Mar 20
Rest In Peace dear Les, a class act until the end and an inspiration to many. I am forever grateful for the years we worked together.
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Stephanie McCrummen Mar 20
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Mohamad Bazzi Mar 20
Les Payne was a giant of American journalism. He was also a mentor, friend and inspiration to so many of us at Newsday. It was an honor to work for him
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Magnum Photos Mar 19
Ahead of the 15th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Magnum photographers reflect on the legacy of the war and its influence on their individual practices.
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