Topic: LIFE

Havana. Ministry of Industry. Ernesto GUEVARA (Che), Argentinian politician, Minister of industry (1961-1965) during an exclusive interview in his office.
The Backstory

René Burri, Photographer of Picasso and Che Guevara, Dead at 81

Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri is best known for his portraits of Che Guevara, Picasso and Le Corbusier.

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Bill Eppridge—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
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In Memoriam: Iconic LIFE Photographer Bill Eppridge (1938-2013)

After more than five decades as a professional photographer, LIFE photojournalist Bill Eppridge passed away on October 3, 2013, at the age of 75.

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USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. An alley between overcrowded tenements, with garbage thrown over the railings of the back porches. Most of the area's tenants were transient. Contact email:New York : photography@magnumphotos.comParis : magnum@magnumphotos.frLondon : magnum@magnumphotos.co.ukTokyo : tokyo@magnumphotos.co.jpContact phones:New York : +1 212 929 6000Paris: + 33 1 53 42 50 00London: + 44 20 7490 1771Tokyo: + 81 3 3219 0771Image URL:http://www.magnumphotos.com/Archive/C.aspx?VP3=ViewBox_VPage&IID=2S5RYDI201Y8&CT=Image&IT=ZoomImage01_VForm
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In Memoriam: Wayne Miller (1918 – 2013)

Wayne Miller, the legendary Magnum photographer known for his photographs of the World War II Pacific theater and the post-war streets of Chicago, passed away Wednesday at the age of 94.

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David Seymour—Magnum
Out There

A Second Look: Chim’s Children of War

In 1948, Magnum photographer David Seymour was given a mission by the newly founded UNICEF: report on the fate of the 13 million children across Europe who have been left homeless and/or in dire need by the Second World War. ‘Children of War’, a new book by Umbrage Edition, highlights his incredible photographs of European children taken in the aftermath of the war.

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Arnaud Maggs courtesy of Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto
The Backstory

In Memoriam: Photographers Who Died in 2012

TIME pauses to remember the photographers we lost in 2012.

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Image: Barbra Streisand, Los Angeles, 1972
Out There

Steve Schapiro, Then and Now: Rare Images from a Photography Legend

The list of people Steve Schapiro has photographed during his career reads like a Who’s Who of the most influential politicians, celebrities and newsmakers in American history over the last five decades. But his new book gives readers a look at his lesser-known and previously unpublished work.

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Art for Sandy Relief
Out There

Art for Sandy Relief: Iconic, Collectible Photographs to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Relief

20×200, in collaboration with TIME’s photography editors, has launched Art for Sandy Relief, a curated collection of Hurricane Sandy benefit editions. The photographs showcase both milestones and the mundane, characterizing the ever-changing and now ever-changed landscape of the authentic New York.

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Binh Danh
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Legacy in Leaves: The Vietnam War Remembered

Binh Danh appropriates iconic images of the Vietnam War, which ended 37 years ago today, and prints them on organic material such as leaves and grass.

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© Estate of Grey Villet
Out There

The Loving Story: Loving v. Virginia and the Photographs of Grey Villet

It’s not unusual for a documentary film to rely on photographs to illustrate history, but The Loving Story—using vintage photographs taken by Grey Villet for LIFE magazine—demonstrates a unique way of doing so.

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