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Muchachos await counterattack by the Guard, Matagalpa, Nicaragua, by Susan Meiselas. © The artist and Magnum Photos Magnum Photos, Baltimore, Nicaraguan Revolution, Carnival Dancers, Photo Exhibit, Armed Conflict, War Photography, Documentary Photographers, Exhibition

Nicaragua: From Still to Moving • Susan Meiselas • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

© Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos

A collection of photojournalism that explores the life for immigrants to the United States, whether settling, looking for refuge or being deported Magnum Photos, Photojournalism, Blessed, United States, America, Photography, Life, Photograph, Fotografie

Migration in America • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

© Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos

Street photography capturing the swearing in of Donald Trump as President of the United States and the Women’s Marches in cities world-wide Alex Webb, Magnum Photos, We The People, Street Photography, January 21, Nyc, Instagram Posts, Documentary, Donald Trump

We The People: Street Views of Trump’s Inauguration and the Women’s Marches • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

Women's March. NYC, USA. January 21, 2017. © Alex Webb / Magnum Photos

Alessandra Sanguinetti 2016 Standing Rock, ND. Native Americans demonstrating against the Dakota Access pipeline Alessandra Sanguinetti, Sioux Tribe, Dakota Access, Army Corps Of Engineers, Work Site, Documentary Photographers, Power To The People, Magnum Photos, Photojournalism

Portraits of Protest: The Women of Standing Rock • Alessandra Sanguinetti • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

Shaionna Ziegler, after a ceremony that took place on a Dakota Access Pipeline work site on October 10, Indigenous People’s Day. Standing Rock, ND, USA. 2016. © Alessandra Sanguinetti / Magnum Photos

The Hungarian Revolution, Budapest, "Armed insurrection started in the streets on October until the Soviet troops occupied Budapest on the November 1956 and crushed the movement. The uprising brought a death toll of over people." Photo by Erich Lessing. Thing 1, Magnum Photos, My Heritage, Women In History, Life Magazine, Back In The Day, Revolutionaries, Historical Photos, Lany

The Hungarian Revolution • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

© Erich Lessing / Magnum Photos

Thousands gathered to rally in support of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Istanbul's Sarachane Square, in Fatih district, days after a failed coup attempt by the Turkish military, during which 265 people died - including soldiers, police, and civilians. Istanbul, Turkey. July 2016. © Emin Özmen / Magnum Photos Turkish Military, Photographer Portfolio, World Photography, Modern Times, Magnum Photos, Documentary Photography, Documentaries, Istanbul Turkey, Rally

Turkey's Dying Democracy • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

Thousands gathered to rally in support of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Istanbul's Sarachane Square, in Fatih district, days after a failed coup attempt by the Turkish military, during which 265 people died - including soldiers, police, and civilians. Istanbul, Turkey. July 2016. © Emin Özmen / Magnum Photos

On March my father announced his candidacy for President of the United States. He spoke of moral leadership, responsibility, and… Ethel Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Erich Hartmann, Magnum Photos, Jfk, Photojournalism, My Father, Bobby, Leadership

On This Day in History: Robert F. Kennedy Launches Presidential Campaign • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

Robert F. Kennedy and his wife Ethel, just before announcing his candidacy for presidency. Washington D.C. USA. March 16, 1968. © Erich Hartmann / Magnum Photos

Magnum photographers reflect on the legacy of the conflict in Iraq and its influence on their individual photographic practices Reportage Photography, Street Photography, Iraq War, Baghdad Iraq, Photographer Portfolio, Tv Ads, Magnum Photos, Documentary Photography, Photojournalism

Looking Back at the Iraq War, 15 Years On • Magnum Photos Magnum Photos

A desperate mother searches for her two children after they disappeared amid a gigantic fire at an illegal petrol station in central Baghdad. The Iraq war began in March 2003 with a US-led invasion which ended nearly 25 years of Ba'athist rule. Baghdad, Iraq. May 1, 2003. © Moises Saman / Magnum Photos

Beatlemania - Buckingham Palace 1965 The bobby's face on the right is priceless. He still hates the Beatles Black White Photos, Black And White Photography, Old Pictures, Old Photos, The Beatles, Fotojournalismus, Chelsea Girls, Foto Poster, Ringo Starr


Aprende sobre minimalismo y descubre como ser minimalista. Crear orden, vivir con menos y ser más productivo y ágil.

Black and White Vintage Photography: Take Photos Like A Pro With These Easy Tips – Black and White Photography Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Couples Vintage, Foto Picture, Photographie Portrait Inspiration, Vintage Romance, Vintage Kiss, Vintage Love

Les 20 photographies américaines qui célèbrent l'amour malgré la guerre

Des photos déchirantes pourtant loin du front

The latest episode of the Newseum Podcast’s Pulitzer Prize Photos series looks at one of the most iconic – and brutal – photos to come out of the Vietnam War. Famous Photos, Iconic Photos, Rare Photos, Fotojournalismus, Vietnam War Photos, Pinhole Camera, Spiegel Online, Takashi Murakami, War Photography

Further | Las imágenes más influyentes de la Historia que no habrían pasado el escrutinio de Twitter

Tras el atentado en las Ramblas de Barcelona el debate sobre la pertinencia de ciertas imágenes en los medios de comunicación volvió a la palestra. Lo...

This landmark exhibition celebrates the anniversary of the renowned photo agency Magnum Photos created by Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger, and Chim (David . Marc Riboud, Magnum Photos, Henri Cartier Bresson, War Photography, White Photography, Street Photography, Documentary Photography, Landscape Photography, Fashion Photography

agência magnum, 60 anos a fazer história

Em 1947 Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger e David Seymor fundaram uma das mais carismáticas agências de fotojornalismo da história, a Magnum. Nascia um projecto feito de fotógrafos para fotógrafos, distanciando-se do formato consumista alimentado pelas demais agências e revistas, aproximando-se e elevando a arte de cada indivíduo como fotógrafo. Há mais de seis décadas que esta forma de estar permitiu que muitos fotógrafos estivessem mais próximos do mundo, contando-nos uma…

The Natinga School camp for displaced Sudanese, Southern Sudan, [Credit : Sebastião Salgado] Documentary Photographers, Great Photographers, We Are The World, People Around The World, Anne Gedes, Steve Mccurry, Robert Doisneau, Magnum Photos, Portraits

por trás das fotografias de sebastião salgado

O doutor em economia Sebastião Salgado somente assumiu a fotografia quando tinha uns 30 anos, mas a atividade tornou-se uma obsessão. Seus projetos de anos de duração capturam lindamente o lado humano de uma história global que muitas vezes envolve morte, destruição e ruína. Aqui, ele conta uma história profundamente pessoal da arte que quase o matou, e apresenta imagens espetaculares de seu trabalho mais recente, Gênesis, que documenta um mundo de pessoas e lugares esquecidos.