Brian Epstein took the job as manager of the Beatles after hearing them play at a small club. He became "The Other Beatle." Magnum In Motion is proud to present David Hurn’s photographs of “A Hard Day’s Night” in recognition of the 40th anniversary of Epstein’s death.
2007 Nominees by Magnum Group
For the first time in two years Magnum Photos welcomes new nominees. Mark Power and Peter Marlow give their insight into the nomination process which is rigorous to say the least.
Since 1960, Raymond Depardon has photographed Africa's “infinite places and times,” often during his travels while filming. “A whole lifetime would not be enough to claim to know Africa,” says Depardon.
After the fall of France during World War II, the German air force conducted a series of intense air raids against Great Britain. London was bombed for 57 straight nights, beginning Sept. 7, 1940, and the raids continued throughout the spring, killing 43,000 civilians, injuring more than 140,000, and damaging or destroying more than 1 million homes. George Rodger and Robert Capa were there to capture life in London during the Blitz.
Quote of the Week
I'm coming from journalism, but at the same time I'm tempted by poetry, politics, and maybe the idea of being a witness—a belief that you can still change things with the image. Sincerely, deep down inside, I believe it.