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Quote of the Week
A photographer must merge into the walls. Photos must either be taken swiftly, with all the attendant risks, or only after infinite patience.
Bruno Barbey
Thursday, Jan. 18, 2007
Sudan
Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2007
Muhammad Ali, b.
Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2007
The Beginning of the First Persian Gulf War
Monday, Jan. 15, 2007
MLK, Jr.
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WEST BAY, United Kingdom—In a small seaside town in Dorset, 1996.
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Interactive Essays
M.A.S.H.Leaving the Ivory Tower
M.A.S.H. Iraq
by Thomas Dworzak

As the US military fights to gain stability in Iraq, doctors, nurses, and medics are working on the front lines to keep the casualties down. Thomas Dworzak was embedded with the 44th, 50th and 115th Medical Companies in Iraq.

Leaving the Ivory Tower
by Werner Bischof

Joining Magnum in 1949 and persuing stories concerning the human condition around the world, Werner Bischof was an important early defender of humanistic photojournalism.

Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts
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<i>Police Work</i>
Police Work
by Leonard Freed
In Police Work, Leonard Freed’s in-depth coverage of the New York Police Department during the 1970s, he documents policing efforts in words and images while questioning our need for authority.
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The Macabre
The Macabre
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum and Slate present a collection of images inspired by Edgar Allan Poe, whose work is known for its mysterious and macabre story lines and subjects. Poe was born this week in Boston in 1809.

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