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Everything isn't black and white, but for me it might as well be.
Burt Glinn
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007
Chaos in Haiti
Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2007
Elizabeth Taylor
Monday, Feb. 26, 2007
Love Hotels in Japan
Friday, Feb. 23, 2007
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Interactive Essays
Tokyo Love HelloThe Oscar
Tokyo Love Hello
by Chris Steele-Perkins

"I was never concerned with making a conventional travelogue of Tokyo, many exist and are useful guides. I was more interested in atmosphere, feeling, a sense of the strange, the whimsical, the daft, all quite intangible. I wanted the viewer, like me, to feel they sort of understood it, but didn't. They recognised something but could not quite figure it out." - Chris Steele-Perkins, February 2007

The Oscar
by Magnum Photographers

The definitive ceremony for American popular cinema, the Oscars recognize excellence in acting, directing, and screenwriting. This story explores the intrigue, the ardor, and the occasional triviality of the Academy Awards, as seen by Magnum Photographers.

Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts
<i>On the Trail to Wounded Knee: The Big Foot Memorial Ride</i>
On the Trail to Wounded Knee: The Big Foot Memorial Ride
by Guy Le Querrec
The Big Foot Memorial Ride is a pilgrimage to Wounded Knee, S.D., the site of the December 1890 massacre, during which U.S. troops killed more than 200 Sioux men, women, and children who were being led by Chief Big Foot to Pine Ridge Reservation. In 1990, Guy Le Querrec followed the riders who took part in this long journey.
Chicago, Chicago!
Chicago, Chicago!
by Magnum Photographers
Chicago was incorporated on this day in 1837. In celebration of its 170th birthday, Magnum and Slate present a gallery on the Windy City.

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