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Garry Winogrand : saviez-vous qu'un tiers de ses photos lui sont restées inconnues ?

Hidden Islam, Nicoló Degiorgis' exploration of the hidden makeshift mosques across northeast Italy, and the silent, ecstatic worship that takes place within their walls, won the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Award today. We talked to him:

This week's #ReportageSpotlight includes images from a school in #Dhaka, protests in #HongKong, and first snow in Alberta, #Canada. Photos by (left to right)

Around Paris for the Paris Photo 2014? Stop by the Magnum office (19 rue Hégésippe Moreau, 75018) anytime between 9:30AM-6:00PM! We'll be selling all kinds of Magnum books, including the newly published "PARIS MAGNUM". Photo © Marc Riboud/Magnum Photos FRANCE. Paris. 1953.

On this Veteran's Day, catch a peak of Larry Towell's new book, "Afghanistan", on Medium--> Signed copies are available in our new store--> Photo © Larry Towell/Magnum Photos AFGHANISTAN. Mazar-e-Sharif. 2009. Beggar.

Robert Frank at 90: the photographer who revealed America won't look back

Filled with images of loneliness and shadow, Frank’s The Americans stands as one of photography’s greatest works, while later works personal loss<p>• Frank: beauty and horror of 1950s America – in pictures<p>Robert Frank is 90 years old on Sunday. The great pioneer and iconoclast has become a survivor, …

Rétrospective Garry Winogrand : un photographe new-yorkais s’invite dans le métro parisien

La fiesta de otoño de Cherán, en Michoacán

Mientras los periódicos pintan un paisaje sombrío en la región, y con mucha razón, la vida aquí continúa.<p>​<p>​Ésta es una selección de imágenes que he tomado durante la fiesta anual a San Francisco de Asís en Cherán, Michoacán, entre 2012 y 2014.<p>La fiesta es un momento importante para la comunidad. El …

Magnum's Bruce Gilden couldn't get this one published in time for Christmas 46 years ago, so thought he'd catch the holiday boat this time around #MAGNUMSquare #ArchiveDive--> "When I was 22 or 23, I took a semester long photography course. We had an assignment, and I decided I want to follow Santa Claus. At the time, there were all these guys around New York dressing up as Santa for Volunteers of America, and they'd collect donations outside Macy's, etc. After they'd collect, they'd head back to the volunteers headquarters on Houston Street and go out drinking - most of the Santas were alcoholics. I took this picture because in my head, I remember thinking, 'Why is Santa taking the A train. Where is his sleigh?' Later, I took this photograph to an editor at the New York Times, and he loved it, but said it's 'Too late to publish for Christmas.' Well, I missed the boat that Christmas, so I guess I'll catch the boat 46 years later." -Bruce Gilden/Magnum Photos

10 Devastatingly Beautiful Photographs from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

<i>The last great picture Nick set out to create an archetypal image that would express both the essence of lions and how we visualize them – a picture</i> …

Owl in the Snow

Day Of Rain Iii, Pierre Pellegrini, Photography, Medium format

Nat Images Sublime,love atmosphere,fine art work Pierre!<p>5 Nov 2014 at 09:13pm<p>Anna Alexis Michel Très beau. J'aime le côté irréel.<p>5 Nov 2014 at 09:17pm<p>…

A contribution from Magnum's Peter van Agtmael to the #MAGNUMSquare #ArchiveDive project. For more, follow @MagnumPhotos on Instagram--> "I took this picture in the Atacama Desert of Chile in 2007. It was my first trip back to Chile since I lived there for six months in 2002. Those months were deeply formative for me. I was obsessed with photography but had no real outlet in college. I took the semester off from school and got an internship at a tabloid in Valparaiso. They gave me a loose leash to explore the city and make little features. I started to learn the freedom to be myself. I had my first experience with conflict during a massive rally that turned suddenly violent. I was scared and strangely liberated. And I fell in love. Although this picture is a departure from most of my work, it was in that place I discovered who I was supposed to be." -Peter van Agtmael

Lee Jeffries photographie des SDF du monde entier dans sa série Lost Angels

Lee Jeffries, photographe anglais vivant à Manchester, réalise depuis maintenant plusieurs années une série intitulée <b>Lost Angels</b>, dans laquelle il …

NOV 10th-NOV 14th, signed #MAGNUMSquare Prints from the #ArchiveDive will be available in our online store! Photog Chris Steele-Perkins found that he liked this image far more now than he did almost 40 years ago. See more images that will be available as a #MAGNUMSquare on our Instagram feed--> "I made a small project in the late 1970s on community festivals in London. At the time I was involved with a group called Exit working on a large project about Inner City poverty, and photographing street festivals was a sort of antidote: lighten up, have fun and be weird. I had no great ambitions for the photos, they were a part of an ongoing exploration of England and some of them were published in a small but influential photographic magazine Creative Camera, as well as some other general interest magazines. Time moves on, and earlier this year someone selected this image from a rather random collection of prints, many of which had never been digitized, in the Magnum London archive. This was for an exhibition in Brighton. It surprised me, then I looked at the photo again and thought that it’s really not too bad, in fact it's pretty interesting and a touch strange, so that’s why it is here, forty years after I took it."-Chris Steele-Perkins

NOV 10th-NOV 14th, signed #MAGNUMSquare Prints from the #ArchiveDive will be available in our online store! Magnum's Thomas Hoepker has so many iconic captures of Muhammad Ali, but for this project, he found a deep cut. See more images that will be available as a #MAGNUMSquare on our Instagram feed--> "Sometimes it's good to revisit old contact sheets. You may discover overlooked snaps. It seems that some pictures get better when they age while others turn out to have a short shelf life. This is one of many photographs I've taken of Muhammad Ali, some of which are well-known, some unknown. This particular image is from 1966, while Ali was training for a fight in London. Honestly, I can't recall much more than that, except that when Ali worked the speedball, he punished it." -Thomas Hoepker

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20 photos marquantes du Mur de Berlin, de sa construction à sa destruction

Il y a 25 ans, le Mur de Berlin s’effondrait après plus de 25 ans de division Est-Ouest. Il fût érigé par la République démocratique allemande, qui …

NOV 10th-NOV 14th, signed #MAGNUMSquare Prints from the #ArchiveDive will be available in our NEW online store! Magnum's David Alan Harvey dug up this image from his personal body of work made in his home away from home, Brazil--> "Most of the photographs I make are personal pictures and never end up in print. Even the magazines I shoot for on assignment publish very few of the actual selects. Sometimes these personal pictures will end up in a book of my work. Oftentimes, however, they are simply photographs which I hope resonate, yet rarely find a publication home. I do a lot of personal work in Rio de Janeiro, and this of a parkour artist making a jump on Ipanema Beach is such a moment." -David Alan Harvey