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Everything shifts as you move, and different things come into focus at different points of your life — and you try to articulate that.
Chris Steele-Perkins
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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil—Street children, 1982.
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The Aesthetic HunterTour de France
The Aesthetic Hunter
by Steve McCurry

Famously displayed in his Afghan girl photo, Steve McCurry possesses an uncanny ability to unveil his subject. As a master of light, color, and composition, he strives not to display his own prowess, but to bring to light the soul of his subject.

Tour de France
Comments by Joergen Leth

The legends, the landscape, the stars, the coveted yellow jersey. These are the ingredients that make the Tour de France the biggest event in cycling. Magnum Photos has followed the race, the riders and the spectators for more than 60 years, providing a unique portrait of the Tour.

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Book of the Week: <i>New York</i>
Book of the Week: New York
by Inge Morath
Austrian-born photographer Inge Morath traveled extensively throughout her long career, and she consistently gravitated to New York as a creative focal point. Her book New York, published in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Magnum in 1997, illustrates her unique ability to capture the essence and spirit of the city.
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Zoom In: Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis
Zoom In: Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis
by Magnum Photographers
Twentieth-century icon Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was born July 28, 1929, in East Hampton, N.Y. Admired for her grace, elegance, and style, she brought a new life to the White House as first lady. Though she faced many tragic events throughout her life, her resilience captured peoples' hearts and minds.

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