Posts Tagged ‘Magnum’

Werner Bischof: Generation X – India and Japan

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In the 1950s, Magnum created portfolios for “Generation X.” As a group project every photographer was tasked with  portraying the new generation in the country he was visiting. The selected individuals were each interviewed using the same questionnaire, herein creating a fascinating portrait of a future generation. “Generation X” was then published throughout the world and [...]

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Leica & Magnum: Chien-Chi Chang: Chinatown (New York and Fuzhou, 1992-2011)

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If you’ve visited Chinatown, New York City, you’re familiar with the lively bounty of people, colors, sounds and smells that make up a thriving portion of lower Manhattan, but there’s another side to this area that most people don’t see. In our latest photo essay made in collaboration with Magnum Photos, Chien-Chi Chang presents us with a [...]

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Leica & Magnum: Past Present Future

Leica & Magnum: Past Present Future

Past For over 60 years, Magnum photographers have traveled around the world with their own agendas carrying their camera of choice, which was more often than not a Leica. These photographers produced iconic images of major world events including wars and revolutions, as well as everyday scenes of the world at work and at play. [...]

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