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Chien-Chi Chang will be leading a documentary photography workshop in Hong Kong from September 29 to October 3.
The Magnum photographer will lead an exclusive group through a daily program of shooting, reviews, group critiques, mentoring, editing sessions and the opportunity to learn amongst peers. Candidates will develop their visual language and photographic identity, along with practical, technical and conceptual skills, and the expertise required to compete in a changing marketplace.

For more info and to apply to this workshop, please visit magnumphotos.com/events.

PHOTO: A lone dancer who belongs to a dance troupe in Taipei performs in the street as a demonstration to the city government, which decided to demolish their run down dance studio to build a high-rise office complex. Taipei, Taiwan. 1999. © @chien_chi_chang/#MagnumPhotos

A counselling session for women victims of Boko Haram at Neem. Neem is a local organization that offers psychological support and counselling for victims of Boko Haram. Maiduguri, Nigeria. 2017.

Paolo Pellegrin photographs former Boko Haram captives in Nigeria. Link in bio. © @pellegrinpaolo/#MagnumPhotos


Paolo Pellegrin’s work photographing former Boko Haram captives in Nigeria captures not only what can be seen, but also how much in this eight-year war goes unseen. This includes the scale of devastation in unreachable villages across swathes of the northeast, the nightmares of a 16-year-old forced into marriage, or the mental trauma felt by a child who watched their parents die in front of them. Link in bio.

PHOTO: Hadiza, 16 yrs old from Andara village. She was forced into marrying a man who later became affiliated with Boko Haram. She fled to safety and is now in Banqui. Banqui, Nigeria. 2017. © @pellegrinpaolo/#MagnumPhotos


Today on Magnum: Paolo Pellegrin’s portraits of former Boko Haram captives in Nigeria depict the still enduring effects of Boko Haram's reign of terror. Link in bio.

PHOTO: Mohammed was orphaned when his parents were killed by Boko Haram; he is thought to be about 5 years old. Maiduguri, Nigeria. 2017. © @pellegrinpaolo/#MagnumPhotos


A great journey has long been regarded as an access point to creativity; to new experiences, places and people, and often to introspection and self-learning.

Join Magnum photographers Matt Black and Antoine d’Agata in conversation with writer, curator and artist David Campany at @barbicancentre on October 2, as they discuss the concept of the journey as a framework for visually responding to the world.

To find out more and book tickets, please visit magnumphotos.com/events.

PHOTO: El Paso, Texas. USA. 2015. © @mattblack_blackmatt/#MagnumPhotos

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From Magnum co-founder Robert Capa's love affair with Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman, to the agency's exclusive access to the production of the 1961 film 'The Misfits' starring Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift, the relationship between Magnum Photos and cinema can be traced back throughout the agency's history.
Using original, unseen stories and interviews, 'Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum' retraces this relationship over the last 70 years. The documentary is showing on BBC Four at 10pm GMT tonight, Sunday September 17.

PHOTO: US actress Marilyn Monroe in the Nevada desert going over her lines for a difficult scene she is about to play with Clarke Gable in the film "The Misfits" by John Huston. Nevada, USA. 1960. © #EveArnold/#MagnumPhotos


Richard Kalvar’s seminal body of work ‘Earthlings’ captures the humanity and the humour of the human condition. A new exhibition of the work opens today at Kunst und Kulturzentrum in Aachen, Germany.

To find out more and explore exhibitions near you, visit magnumphotos.com/events.

PHOTO: Men walking with tables on their heads. Paris, France. 1971. © @richardkalvar/#MagnumPhotos

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It was in Mexico that Henri Cartier-Bresson first began to reconcile his fine-art schooling with an impulsive and intuitive eye for roaming street photography. Here was the gestation of Cartier-Bresson’s most influential idea: “Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you must know with intuition when to click the camera,” he famously later wrote.

We take a journey through Henri Cartier-Bresson's Mexico, today on Magnum. Link in bio.

PHOTO: Puebla, Mexico. 1963. © @fondationhcb/#MagnumPhotos

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Today on Magnum: we continue the Classic Magnum series with a journey through the streets of Mexico, where Cartier-Bresson honed his signature style. Link in bio.

PHOTO: Los Remedios near Mexico City. Mexico. 1963. © @fondationhcb/#MagnumPhotos

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A new London showing of 'In Our Time' opens at the Magnum Print Room next week, on Thursday September 21.

The exhibition brings together a selection of prints that show the world as seen by Magnum photographers over a crucial period of the 20th century.

To find out more and explore exhibitions near you, visit magnumphotos.com/events.

PHOTO: During the Ramadan. A normally very busy street deserted by citizens for the first meal of the day. Cairo, Egypt. 1987. © #HarryGruyaert/#MagnumPhotos

You can still apply for our five-day intensive workshop with Magnum photographers Christopher Anderson and Alex Majoli in Shenzhen, China, in collaboration with @dakenart.

From October 9 to 13, Anderson and Majoli will lead their groups through daily programs of shooting, reviews, group critiques, mentoring, and editing sessions, providing the opportunity to learn and improve one’s photographic skills amongst peers.

For more information and to apply, please visit magnumphotos.com/events.

PHOTO: This annual festival, now remarkably celebrated for over 600 years, is a celebration of the liberation of the city of Orleans by Joan of Arc during the 'Hundred Years War'. Orleans, France. 2017. © #AlexMajoli/#MagnumPhotos

Today marks 35 years since American actress and Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly died on September 14th, 1982. She is photographed here in 1954. © @philippe_halsman_official/#MagnumPhotos

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