To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the country’s reunification and the 30th anniversary of the end of the revolution, the EIDOS foundation (Bucharest) asked five Magnum photographers to deliver their portrait of present-day Romania. It is with different backgrounds and without any preconceptions that Alec Soth, Bieke Depoorter, Newsha Tavakolian, Paolo Pellegrin and Thomas Dworzak traveled the country to capture its landscapes, its society and its history. Curated by Florian Ebner, chief of photography of Paris's Centre Pompidou, the project resulted in a book and an exhibition presented at the National Museum of Art of Romania.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Boston Consulting Group collaborated with Magnum Photos and designers Kram/Weisshaar to create a cutting-edge exhibition documenting five key conditions exemplifying the world at a crossroads. Five photographers worked across ten cities where changes that will transform the world over the next 20 years were visible.
Magnum Live Lab is an experimental photographer residency which explores the collaborative nature of producing, editing and presenting work. By opening up to an audience it both challenges the participants and demystifies the creative process.
The Macallan Masters of Photography: Magnum Edition was a commission resulting in a beautiful book and exhibition, and a limited edition whisky produced to mark the opening of the new Macallan distillery.
In a landmark partnership of art, documentary and advocacy, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the world-renowned agency Magnum Photos sent eight of the world’s best-known photojournalists to document the transformative effects of treatment with antiretroviral drugs against AIDS on more than 30 individuals and their families in nine countries around the world.
HOME is a major collaborative project between FUJIFILM and Magnum Photos, involving 16 photographers and culminating in a global touring exhibition and photobook.