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(c) Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos
Over the years, Magnum photographers such as Josef Koudelka and Henri Cartier-Bresson have found gypsies to be alluring subjects. Magnum and Slate present a gallery of some of Magnum’s best portraits of the nomadic lifestyle.

SLOVAKIA—A festival of gypsy music, 1966.

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Interactive Essays
One Race. 37,000 Stories.Khmer Boxing
One Race. 37,000 Stories.
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The ING New York City Marathon is arguably the biggest, most important event in the world of running. But more than this, it is the thousands of runners from all over the world coming together to test their strength, stamina, and will. This is their story.

American Color
by Constantine Manos

Photographing mostly in exotic locales and at public events within the United States, Constantine Manos presents a kaleidoscopic view of American culture. As a showcase of the sundry layers of American society, the images are also a retrospective, presenting a man's curiosity for his country's diversity.

Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts
Book of the Week: <i>After the Off</i>
Book of the Week: After the Off
by Bruce Gilden
A collaboration between Bruce Gilden and Irish writer Dermot Healy, After the Off is a striking portrait of rural Irish life as seen against a backdrop of on-course gambling operations.
Zoom In: Nap Time
Zoom In: Nap Time
by Magnum Photographers
It’s the time of year when tryptophan and the cozy holiday atmosphere can easily lead to a midday nap. Magnum and Slate present scenes of siesta from around the world.

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