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Apr 25 - Apr 25 2017.
25 April 2017
Frobisher Auditorium 2 
Barbican Centre, Silk Street

Professor Julian Stallabrass will be in conversation with Magnum photographers Jérôme Sessini and Thomas Dworzak, exploring approaches to documenting complex historical and contemporary conflicts and the role of the photographer within this. 

Since being assigned to photograph the ongoing conflict in Kosovo in 1998, Jérôme Sessini has covered...View details
Nov 16 - Nov 27 2017.
The Magnum Print Room in London hosts an exhibition of work from the collaborative project 'Children's World', alongside images from David Seymour's series 'Children of Europe'

Vintage photographs from David ‘Chim’ Seymour’s ‘Children of Europe’ series will go on display for the first time in the UK. Chim was commissioned by UNICEF following World War II to document the conflict’s impact on children......
May 17 - May 21 2017.
On the occasion of Magnum's 70th anniversary, Plinth, Magnum Photos and publisher Thames & Hudson will present The Magnum Home, a pop-up space combining radical interior design with photography from the Magnum archive.

Curated by Ekow Eshun, and following the critical acclaim of his project 'Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity' at the Photographers’ Gallery, the exhibition will both span......
Apr 29 - May 31 2017.
Portraits of Europa 1960-1980, new show presented at Magnum Photos Gallery, gathers more than fifty iconic photographs captured by four great masters represented by the agency.

The show will take visitors through a sometimes funny, romantic or epic visual journey. France as discovered by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Italy as immortalized by Bruno Barbey, Greece as illustrated by Constantine Manos or England......
Apr 21 - Sep 4 2017.
This record of Cartier-Bresson's fascination with India over half a lifetime contains the very best of his photographs of that country, produced during six extended visits, the first at the time of Independence, the most recent in 1987.

An exhibition in cooperation with FONDATION HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON, Paris.

From April 21, 2017
To September 4, 2017

The Rubin Museum of Art
150 West 17th Street
Apr 17 - Jun 25 2017.
In 1932, at the age of twenty-four, Henri Cartier-Bresson acquired a hand held Leica camera and his previously casual interest in photography became a passion. Over the next three years he created one of the most original and influential bodies of work in the history of photography.

An exhibition in cooperation with FONDATION HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON, Paris

From April 17, 2017
To June 25, 2017

Apr 5 - Aug 27 2017.
John Steinbeck once wrote that his friend Robert Capa knew that "you cannot photograph war, because it is largely an emotion." However, continued Steinbeck, "he did photograph that emotion by shooting beside it. He could show the horror of a whole people in the face of a child." This exhibition shows a selection of Robert Capa's photographs about World War II as well as many portraits including those......