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These landmark books celebrate the ongoing vision, imagination and brilliance of Magnum, the world’s most renowned photographic agency.

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This extract from 'The Street Photographer's Manual' by David Gibson offers practical advice on how to ‘double-up’ to create urban kaleidoscopes.

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Roger Ballen talks to Martine Lusardy, director of the Musée de la Halle Saint Pierre, Paris, about his latest exhibition.

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In this video David Hockney and Martin Gayford, co-authors of 'A History of Pictures', talk about art history from Caravaggio to Pinocchio.

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Roger Ballen sat down with us to discuss his inspirations and the evolution of his aesthetic over the last 50 years.

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'My stories usually start with a character. I begin with collecting her belongings – clothes, objects, accessories, wigs.' Anja Niemi takes us behind the scenes of her intricate photo narratives.

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'It is better to be angry and active than angry and passive.' On the launch of his ambitious new series, 'This Empty World', photographer Nick Brandt talks to Thames & Hudson about apathy, 'environmental Armageddon', and why he chose to work in colour for the first time.

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2018 marked the passing of 100 years since the deaths of four major Viennese modernists — Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, and Otto Wagner — and the Austrian capital is celebrating in style with a number of centenary exhibitions and events. But the extraordinary flourishing of Vienna’s fin-de-siècle wasn’t just about radical nudes, big buildings, and these four famous men. Our new book, 'Vienna 1900 Complete', explores all artistic fields of this remarkable cultural moment, with a particular focus on its all too often overlooked female practitioners.

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Author Lena Fritsch joins us to discuss how her love of Japanese photography since 1945 led her to create one of the first introduction to and study of the subject to be published in English.

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Many of Magnum’s most renowned photographers have photographed China, returning time and again, their fascination growing in line with the country’s burgeoning accessibility and international influence. We take a look at some of the stunning photos from 'Magnum China'.

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