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Magnum Photos: New York

36 Postcards

Magnum Photos

£12.95

A boxed set of postcards featuring images of the Big Apple taken by members of the world's greatset photographic agency

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Overview

This stylish box contains 36 postcards featuring iconic images of New York by some of Magnum's best-known photographers including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Werner Bischof, René Burri, Eve Arnold, Cornell Capa and Bruno Barbey. Send them to the photography fans in your life, curate and frame your favorite combination, use the cards as gift tags – these beautiful cards have endless uses!

Further Details

Specifications

Format: Postcards

Size: 16.3 x 11.3 cm

Extent: 36

Publication date: 23 February 2017

ISBN: 9780500420676

Contents List

Includes • 1. Burt Glinn, New York City, USA, 1986. • 2. Thomas Hoepker, Times Square traffic. New York City, USA, 1983. • 3. Christopher Anderson, Atlas watches the rain. Brooklyn, New York City, USA, 2009. • 4. David Hurn, Lower Manhattan, New York City, USA, 1962. • 5. Stuart Franklin, Central Park, New York City, USA, 1988. • 6. Thomas Hoepker, Katz’s Delicatessen on Houston Street. New York City, USA, 1986. • 7. Hiroji Kubota, Manhattan, New York City, USA, 1989. • 8. Bruce Gilden, Coney Island, New York City, USA, 1977. • 9. Bruce Davidson, New York City subway. USA, 1980. • 10. Leonard Freed, A policewoman playing with local kids in Harlem. New York City, USA, 1978. • 11. Chien-Chi Chang, Birdcages hanging in a window on Mott Street in Chinatown. New York City, USA, 1996. • 12. Constantine Manos, Times Square, New York City, USA, 2001. • 13. Raymond Depardon, The Guggenheim Museum, New York City, USA, 1981. • 14. Susan Meiselas, On the A train to Rockaway Beach. Little Italy, New York City, USA, 1978. • 15. Burt Glinn, Overlooking the Thanksgiving Day Parade on Central Park West. New York City, USA, 1992. • 16. Jean Gaumy, Watching a beluga whale at the aquarium. Coney Island, USA, 1987. • 17. Henri Cartier-Bresson, Fire in Hoboken, New Jersey, facing Manhattan. USA, 1947. • 18. Thomas Hoepker, ‘Lovers’ Lane’ in New Jersey, USA, 1983. • 19. Richard Kalvar, Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, USA, 1969. • 20. Werner Bischof, New York City, USA, 1953. • 21. René Burri, Chrysler Building, New York City, USA, 1980. • 22. Alex Webb, Coney Island, New York City, USA, 1983. • 23. Harry Gruyaert, Manhattan, New York City, USA, 1998. • 24. Nikos Economopoulos, Times Square, New York City, USA, 1998. • 25. Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Brighton Beach, Coney Island, New York City, USA, 2007. • 26. Paolo Pellegrin, View from the top floor of the Rockefeller Center. New York City, USA, 2010. • 27. Ferdinando Scianna, Coney Island, New York City, USA, 1985. • 28. George Rodger, The observatory on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building. New York City, USA, 1950. • 29. Eve Arnold, Outside a premiere at the Metropolitan Opera House. New York City, USA, 1950. • 30. Burt Glinn, The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange just before the closing bell. New York City, USA, 1979. • 31. Bruno Barbey, Central Park, New York City, USA, 1967. • 32. Inge Morath, Window washers on 48th Street. New York City, USA, 1958. • 33. Dennis Stock, New York City, USA, 1950. • 34. Elliott Erwitt, New York City, USA, 1955. • 35. Michael Christopher Brown, Central Park, New York City, USA, 9 February 2013. • 36. Cornell Capa, Senator John F Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy campaigning during a ticker tape parade in Manhattan. New York City, USA, 1960.

About the Author

Magnum Photos, the world’s most prestigious photographic agency, was formed in 1947 by four photographers: Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David ‘Chim’ Seymour. Their members are renowned for their intelligence in combining both reporter and artist in the photographer’s role – attributes that have defined Magnum for over 60 years, and continue to do so.