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The Sound of Two Songs by Mark Power

The world premier of Power's much anticipated portrayal of Poland. What began originally as a commission in 2004 has developed over 5 years into a very personal project - Power has made no less than twenty five visits to create this voyage of discovery.

New Event

Magnum Photographer talks at LIDF

Olivia Arthur and Donovan Wylie will each present their work and photographic careers on two seperate occasions, as part of the London International Documentary Festival 2010.

New Event

"Is There a Way of Approaching The Street?"

A panel discussion in association with the current exhibition 'Cities' by Raymond Depardon, chaired by photographer and Goldsmiths lecturer, Paul Halliday. Also participating are Rut Blees Luxemburg, Simon Rowe and Nick Turpin who will explore the question: Is There a Way of Approaching The Street?

New Exhibition

The Burial of Haile Selassie by Peter Marlow

When Emperor Haile Selassie was finally buried in Ethiopia in 2000, twenty-five years after his death, only a few European journalists were there to witness it. Renowned Magnum photographer Peter Marlow was among them.

New Award

IdeasTap Photographic Award in association with Magnum Photos

UK charity IdeasTap have joined forces with Magnum Photos to create a groundbreaking new photography award for young people aged 16-25. The award will present applicants with the opportunity to create a multi-media essay using the theme 'Beyond 2012' and prizes include financial support and mentorship from Magnum photographers.

New Magnum In Motion

Shanghia World Expo by Bruno Barbey

All eyes are on China this year as the population prepares for the World Expo in Shanghai. The expo 'Better City, Better Lives' expects to attract over 70 million visitors from May to October. Bruno Barbey visited Shanghai and discovered a rapidly developing city.

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