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Produced by Magnum PhotosToday's Pictures
Thursday, Sep 20, 2007
Isn’t It Romantic?
Wednesday, Sep 19, 2007
Fall Is in the Air
Tuesday, Sep 18, 2007
Read All About It
Monday, Sep 17, 2007
Through the Looking Glass
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International Day of Peace
(c) Magnum Photos
Interactive Essays
Covering Conflict2007 Nominees
Covering Conflict
by Magnum Photographers

This year Magnum Photos popped a cork for its 60th anniversary, the same year that the BBC World Service will commemorate 75 years since its first broadcast by Sir John Reith in 1932. Robin Lustig, presenter for Newshour on the BBC World Service and The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4, curates Magnum as part of a joint venture between the BBC World Service and Magnum Photos, who together have a combined 135 years on the field of two centuries' conflicts.

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.

Book of the Week
<i>Quelque part</i>
Quelque part
by Guy Le Querrec
This book, first published in 1978, is a compilation of work by Brittany-born photographer Guy Le Querrec, of places and subjects as varied as tourists in Saint-Tropez to the conditions of agricultural workers in Portugal around the time of the Revolution of the Carnations. These images carry a strong sense of simultaneous improvisation and geometry.
Zoom In
Singled Out
by Magnum Photographers
In honor of National Unmarried and Single Americans week, Magnum and Slate present a gallery on some aspects of single life around the world.
Guy Le QuerrecQuote of the Week
A photographer is an acrobat treading the high wire of chance, trying to capture shooting stars.
— Guy Le Querrec