Topic: Magnum

California, 1955.
Photo Essay

A Kiss Is (More Than) Just a Kiss: Elliott Erwitt’s Portraits of Intimacy

To commemorate Valentine’s Day in a unique and moving way, LightBox turned to Elliott Erwitt’s sprawling archive for inspiration.

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Liu Jie
Photo Essay

Migrant Nation: Liu Jie Documents China’s Ongoing Transformation

Chinese photographer Liu Jie photographed more than 20 villages in the Chinese countryside, documenting the separation of rural families due to urban migration.

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Leonard Freed—Magnum
Out There

This is the Day: The 1963 March on Washington

To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington this August, TIME presents a new book by the J. Paul Getty Museum featuring photographs of the historic rally by Magnum photographer Leonard Freed. LightBox asked Julian Bond, chairman emeritus of the NAACP, to share his memories of the march.

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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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David Hurn–Magnum
The Backstory

‘Barbarella’ at 45: David Hurn’s Iconic Images of Jane Fonda

A member of Magnum since 1965, David Hurn had been photographing behind-the-scenes on films for years in the 1960s—including the Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night and the first four James Bond films—when he was asked to take pictures for the 1968 sci-fi cult classic Barbarella.

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Jim Goldberg
In Progress

High and Low: Jim Goldberg’s Works in Process

Photographer Jim Goldberg talks to LightBox about his process of revisiting, sharing and republishing two of his groundbreaking works, Rich and Poor and Raised by Wolves.

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Moises Saman—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

Photographing the Clashes in Cairo

Magnum photographer Moises Saman photographed clashes on the streets of Cairo for this week’s issue of TIME.

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Martine Franck–Magnum
Profile

Martine Franck: 1938 – 2012

Magnum photographer Martine Franck, who recently passed away at age 74, is remembered for both her strong documentary and portrait work and her role as the co-founder and president of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

Somalia in Transition: Photographs by Dominic Nahr

TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr traveled to Somalia to photograph Mogadishu’s return to life after 21 years of civil war.

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