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Feb 28, 2018
Magnum Photos and British Journal of Photography
are proud to announce a new series of Professional Practice workshops in London this year.

The first of the four sessions is:

Editorial Assignments - How to succeed in the editorial market

Sat 17 & Sun 18 February 2018

Learn from industry experts how to approach the editorial market, develop and refine a portfolio, improve your storytelling skills,... More...
Featured Essays
Jan 16, 2018
by Jerome Sessini
The Turkish-Bulgarian border is the new route used by refugees on their way to Europe. The Shipka Bulgarian National Movement (BNO), a volunteer unit supervised by army veterans, was formed in Bulgary to halt the influx of migrants. The paramilitary training of this militia, overseen by a controversial former Bulgarian officer, Vladimir Russev, was documented by Jerome Sessini.

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Featured Essays
Jan 16, 2018
by Chien-Chi Chang
Since late-August 600,000 Rohingya have fled across the border of Myanmar to Bangladesh following a violent confrontation in Rakhine state that quickly escalated into what the United Nations has called a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” Many have escaped burning villages by foot, walking for twelve to fourteen days before arriving in Bangladesh. The Rohingya have long faced violent oppression... More...
Education
Jan 16, 2018
Improve your image selections and sequencing with Magnum Photographer Matt Black in London

Magnum Photos is proud to announce an intensive short course in London on editing for emerging and professional photographers.

Led by Magnum photographer Matt Black, the workshop offers participants intimate access to his celebrated photographic practice with a focus on his approach to editing, coupled with... More...
From the Archive
Jan 9, 2018
by Peter van Agtmael
"Lady Bird", a coming of age film about an artistic youth in Sacramento, has won a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. This was only Greta Gerwig's second time in the director's seat, having spent most of her time in front of the lens.
Peter van Agtmael photographed Gerwig during the 2011 filming of "Lola Versus", in which she had the lead role.

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Featured Essays
Jan 9, 2018
by Matt Stuart
On October 1st 2017, Stephen Paddock used 23 guns to fire more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition into a crown of 22,000 concert-goers from a room on the 32nd floor of Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay hotel and then took his own life. The attack was made at a distance of approximately 500 meters, resulted in 58 deaths and 546 injuries making it the deadliest mass shooting committed by a single person in US history.... More...
Featured Essays
Jan 8, 2018
HOME is a major collaborative project between FUJIFILM and Magnum Photos, involving 16 photographers and culminating in a five-city exhibition and photobook.

Each participating Magnum photographer was invited to explore the subject of HOME - a theme chosen for its global nature and the inherently human sentiment – in their own style and sensibility. Collectively, these sixteen visual short stories... More...
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