1. Jonas Bendiksen: A little girl playing in Laxmi Chawl, a neighbourhood of Dharavi. Mumbai, India, 2006 2. Ian Berry: Brixton, London, England, 1981 3. Cornell Capa: Alec Guinness studying his lines. London, England, 1952 4. Elliott Erwitt: New York City, USA, 2000 5. Martine Franck: La Grande Arche de la Défense. Paris, France, 1989 6. Leonard Freed: A fire hydrant opened during the summer heat. Harlem, New York City, USA, 1963 7. Harry Gruyaert: ‘Midi’ train station district. Brussels, Belgium, 1981 8. Thomas Hoepker: Billboard and passengers on a bus. New York City, USA, 1963 9. Guy Le Querrec: A camp site near the beach at Argelès-sur-Mer. Pyrénées-Orientales, France, Sunday 1 August 1976 10. Constantine Manos: Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, 1997 11. Peter Marlow: Sheep in the village of Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales, 1986 12. Trent Parke: Emus running through a caravan park. Highway One, Western Australia, Australia, 2006 13. Martin Parr: West Bay, Dorset, England, 1996 14. Gueorgui Pinkhassov: Kievsky Rail Terminal, Moscow, Russia, 1995 15. Chris Steele-Perkins: Street festival. Camden, London, England, 1975 16. Dennis Stock: A man holding a surfboard in Corona Del Mar. California, USA, 1968
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