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Quote of the Week
In the end, the relationships we form with each other and with the people we photograph are much more important than stories or pictures.
Erich Lessing
Thursday, Jun. 15, 2006
School's Out For Summer
Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2006
Che Guevara's Birthday
Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2006
Oklahoma Becomes Last State to Legalize Tattoos/recent news, 5/10 NYT
Monday, Jun. 12, 2006
Philippines Independence Day
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TOULON, France—A father greets his children, 2004.
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Interactive Essays
Pakistan 2005Fashion magazine
Pakistan 2005
by Chris Steele-Perkins

The South Asia Earthquake that struck on October 8th, 2005 killed an estimated 73,000 people and left nearly 3 million homeless. Photographer Chris Steele-Perkins traveled with ActionAid to document the aftermath in Northern Pakistan, the area hit hardest by the quake.

Fashion Magazine
by Bruce Gilden

Like a bull in a china shop, Bruce Gilden lets loose with Fashion Magazine, a high-concept, tongue-in-cheek take on the glossy conventions of the fashion world. In the seven-part magazine, Gilden recasts the world of beauty and glamour through his up-close and aggressive street photography style.

Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts
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Book of the Week: <i>The Mennonites</i>
Book of the Week: The Mennonites
by Larry Towell
The Mennonites, a Protestant religious sect related to the Amish, have migrated around the world to maintain their way of life. The majority of them now reside in Mexico, and many live or regularly travel to work in rural parts of Canada. After meeting and befriending them as neighbors in Canada, Magnum photographer Larry Towell documented their lives for more than 10 years. The resulting collection, The Mennonites, creates a unique and intimate portrait of an often misunderstood people.
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Zoom In: Sculptures
Zoom In: Sculptures
by Magnum Photographers
Sculptures can memorialize great leaders, or capture an abstract idea or feeling. Sometimes, when sculpture and human subject are juxtaposed, the result can blur the viewer’s perception of which form is the “real” one. Magnum and Slate present a gallery of the art form.
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