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Eve Arnold captured the troubled final cinematic outing for both Marilyn Monroe and co-star Clark Gable: © Eve Arnold / Magnum Photos
“Are our horizons horizontal? Are they in front of us or behind us? Or above us?” – Richard Kalvar. On the Horizon, the October Square Print Sale, ends tomorrow: © Robert Capa, Ernst Haas, Philippe Halsman, Richard Kalvar / Magnum Photos
With a horizon that looks eerily like the edge of the world, the spectacular geography of the sea never ceases to amaze. Shop On the Horizon, a site of beginnings and endings: © Mark Power, Ian Berry, Susan Meiselas, Herbert List / Magnum Photos
Magnum Gallery Director Tip #6: Display your collection in a dry, safe place, out of direct sunlight. Opt for a UV-protected frame so that your print holds its integrity for decades to come:
Over 110 archival-quality prints in an exclusive 6x6" format, signed by the photographers or estate-stamped by the estates, are available for just $100 + tax until tomorrow: © Antoine d'Agata, Zied Ben Romdhane, Eli Reed, George Rodger / Magnum Photos
Sabiha Çimen: “Like distant stars, horizons always seem to be out of reach, but that’s what dreams are made from.” Last days of the square print sale, On the Horizon: © Sabiha Çimen, Peter Marlow, Nanna Heitmann, Jim Goldberg / Magnum Photos
LAST DAYS to shop over 110 archival-quality, signed or estate-stamped 6x6" prints for just $100 + tax: © Trent Parke, Chien-Chi Chang, Alex Majoli, Leonard Freed / Magnum Photos
Behind Marc Riboud’s famous image that would become emblematic of the anti-Vietnam war movement: a young American girl protesting the Vietnam war with a flower: © Marc Riboud/Fonds Marc Riboud au MNAAG
Stuart Franklin: "On the horizon, Ol Doinyo Lengai, the volcano, or the Mountain of God as the Maasai call it, holds sway over this sublime landscape": © Stuart Franklin, Steve McCurry, Cristina de Middel, Yael Martínez / Magnum Photos
Magnum Gallery Director Tip #5: The opportunity to acquire an archival-quality signed print for just $100 is rare. Splurge on a frame with a window in the back so that you can see and share the signature or estate stamp:
As we watch and wait for what the future will bring, the horizon feels like a never-ending yet infinitesimal zone of the in-between: © Chris Steele-Perkins, Emin Özmen, Erich Hartmann / Magnum Photos
Ever wonder how those lovely @MagnumPhotos Square Prints are made? Here's a video clip showing you the ugly truth behind this one at least! Signed $100 prints, including this from 'The Book of Veles', only until Sunday! @aperturefnd @GOST_Books
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It was in a coffee shop in Ginza, Tokyo. I saw a yakuza lighting his partner's cigarette and after I took one photo of them, I asked if they could do it again to make sure that I didn't miss it. Available thru Sunday for only $100. @MagnumPhotos
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Magnum Gallery Director Tip #4: How you frame your pieces can help create cohesion within your collection. Choose one color and material for all of your prints. We recommend a hand-crafted black or white wooden frame:
On the Horizon, the Magnum Square Print Sale in partnership with @aperturefnd, ends Sunday October 24 at 11:59 PM PST: © Bob Henriques, Raymond Depardon, David Hurn, Jacob Aue Sobol / Magnum Photos
The life of a country doctor in Colorado's Rocky Mountains, a landmark photoessay by W. Eugene Smith: © The Heirs of W. Eugene Smith
Exhausted from capturing the violence of the Neapolitan mafia, Zachmann turned his lens to easier horizons – landscapes along France’s highways: © Patrick Zachmann, Paul Fusco, Inge Morath, Thomas Dworzak / Magnum Photos
Nikos Economopoulos: “The suspended step/the receding horizon.” 110+ signed or estate-stamped prints by Magnum and Aperture photographers are available for $100 + tax: © Alex Webb, Hiroji Kubota, Gregory Halpern, Nikos Economopoulos / Magnum Photos
Bruce Gilden shares stories of tough encounters and unexpected beauty from his time spent in Japan: © @brucegilden / Magnum Photos
The pictures in Magnum's Square Print Sale, in partnership with @aperturefnd, turn against established rules, taking steps forward with fresh spirit: © Martin @parrstudio, @pvanagtmael, @moises_saman, @KhalikAllah / Magnum Photos
Magnum Gallery Director Tip #3: Square prints are a great place to start with your photography collection due to their simple format. Try collecting one or two a year to slowly build a cohesive collection:
In Sanguinetti’s image, young cousins watch as a storm passes in the distance, their fleeting adolescence carrying a greater importance than they know: © Alessandra Sanguinetti, Marilyn Silverstone, Jérôme Sessini, Lua Ribeira / Magnum Photos
The October Square Print collection boasts of the fertile landscapes of possibility, adaptation and invention as we approach our creative, personal and societal horizons: © Larry Towell, Matt Black, Olivia Arthur, Paolo Pellegrin / Magnum Photos
Start or add to your photography collection with On the Horizon, the October Square Print Sale, a curation of 110+ prints by Magnum and Aperture photographers: © Colby Deal, Enri Canaj, Raghu Rai / Magnum Photos
Peter van Agtmael speaks with Fred Ritchin – Dean Emeritus of School at the ICP – about the January 6 storming of the Capitol, historical parallels, the future of photojournalism, and the fracturing of American society: © @pvanagtmael / Magnum Photos
Magnum Gallery Director Tip #2: The best photography collections have a common thread. This can be anything – from color and geography to an idea that unifies the art, or a movement or time in history. Choose one (or two) and stick with it:
For some photographers, On the Horizon, Magnum and Aperture's Square Print Sale collaboration, was a chance to consider the hope found in beginnings: © Alec Soth (@LBMBooks), Carolyn Drake (@drakeycake), Sohrab Hura, Rafał Milach / Magnum Photos
.@ErwittElliott: “People like to point out that this picture was taken from the dog's point of view. I sometimes wonder whatever happened to that dog": © Elliott Erwitt, Bieke Depoorter, Ernest Cole, Gueorgui @pinkhassov / Magnum Photos
Horizons are where the finite meets the infinite; a site of endings and beginnings, anticipation, and transformation. On the Horizon, the Magnum Square Print Sale in partnership with @aperturefnd, is now available to explore:
Manos: “In a private, magic moment, this man was enjoying isolation from the rest of the world.” Shop our October collection of square prints, only available this week: © Constantine Manos, @brucegilden, Guy Le Querrec, Wayne F. Miller / Magnum Photos
Magnum's Square Print Sale in partnership with @aperturefnd, On the Horizon, features 110+ prints by Magnum and Aperture photographers that explore the edges of photographic practice, push the boundaries of what we know and see, and embrace the unknown:
Lindokuhle Sobekwa: "The horizon has become both the point of departure and the point of arrival in my explorations, both visually and psychologically”: © Lindokuhle Sobekwa, @mikhaelsubotzky, Bruno Barbey, Christopher @oh_anderson / Magnum Photos
Magnum Gallery Director Tip #1: If you love the piece, go for it. Purchasing photography should always be about your love for and connection to a print (but it’s never a bad idea to do some research on the artist):
Magnum’s October square print curation, On the Horizon, sees the future as an open book, demanding questions of the part we might play: © Marc Riboud, Cornell Capa, Werner Bischof, W. Eugene Smith / Magnum Photos
Presenting On the Horizon, the Magnum Square Print Sale in partnership with @aperturefnd: 110+ signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality 6x6" prints by Magnum and Aperture photographers are available for $100 + tax a piece until Sunday October 24.
AZMA, a 2017 short video by Chien-Chi Chang, is screening at Hong Kong International Photo Festival until November 28: © Chien-Chi Chang / Magnum Photos
Alec Soth reflects upon the difficulties of letting projects go and the importance of reconciling oneself with the inevitability of making mistakes in this Q&A with Aaron Schuman: © Alec Soth (@LBMBooks) / Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson and Khalik Allah: NEW YORK is the inaugural show to be held at Magnum Photos’ new gallery space in Paris: © Bruce Davidson & © @KhalikAllah / Magnum Photos
Philippe Halsman’s personal account of coming face-to-face with one of the most influential physicists, and so-called ""father of the atomic bomb”, J. Robert Oppenheimer: © Philippe Halsman / Magnum Photos
Fifty years after Marc Riboud photographed the Bangladesh Liberation War, fifty of his unpublished photographs are now showing in the exhibition 'Bangladesh 1971: Mourning and Morning' at the Liberation War Museum in Dhaka:
Patrick Zachmann's photograph from the village Bagnols-sur-Cèze in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France is available as a signed fine print: © Patrick Zachmann / MagnumPhotos
In The Documentary Commitment, Matt Black provides key advice for those interested in using the medium of photography to highlight issues, stories, people and places that are important to them:
Harry Gruyaert's 'Rivages' explores the edges where land meets oceans, seas and rivers: © Harry Gruyaert / Magnum Photos
The publishing of Philip Jones Griffiths’ seminal 1971 book 'Vietnam Inc.' gave him the freedom to portray the Vietnam War as he saw it: © Phillip Jones Griffiths / Magnum Photos
Over the course of a decade, Thomas Hoepker was given the opportunity to photograph Muhammad Ali, the 'Champ', multiple times, allowing him to capture the man as well as the myth: © Thomas Hoepker / Magnum Photos
Do these photos look real to you? Your answer could be cause for concern. And that’s terrifying. @Jonasbendiksen @MagnumPhotos
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An image from Jacob Aue Sobol’s work in Thailand’s capital city is available as part of our new selection of Magnum Editions Posters: © @JacobAueSobol / Magnum Photos
Alessandra Sanguinetti discusses some of her best-known projects – including The Adventures of Guille and Belinda, as well as what interests her about photographing youth: © Alessandra Sanguinetti / Magnum Photos
China Town, a 2011 short video by Chien-Chi Chang, will be screening at Hong Kong International Photo Festival between October 15 – November 28: © Chien-Chi Chang / Magnum Photos
In this Q&A, Bruce Gilden reflects on his trips to Japan in the late 1990s, explaining how he made a genuine, personal work on the streets of Tokyo and Osaka: © @brucegilden / Magnum Photos
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