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Inside ISIS' Last Bastion in Libya

“They are like ghosts.” That’s how a Libyan sniper described ISIS fighters in Sirt to Lorenzo Meloni. The Italian photographer recently returned from the front in the group’s last stronghold in Libya, as pro-government forces battle for control. 450 more words

Monday Masters : Abbas

I was born a photographer” – declares Abbas in one of the interviews. You may have heard of this name before and if you haven’t, I am sure you have seen some of his images as they remain to be one of the most important photographs of the 20th Century. 457 more words


Review: Magnum Photos Present: On Migration @ Barbican Centre

Since September 2015, Magnum Photos has commissioned its photographers to document the migrant crisis across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. In what is considered the largest migration of people post-World War II, the panel discussed whether the resulting photographs are driving social change or if it is a case of compassion fatigue. 754 more words


Monday Masters : David Alan Harvey

This Monday we look deeper into the work of, in my opinion, one of the Legends of travel and street photography – Mr. David Alan Harvey… 418 more words


on the decisive moment

“At this point in my life I am not very sure anymore what the decisive moment really is, but I remember that at that moment it all seemed to come together: the destruction from the war, the rather moody guy going for a swim, the setting of the former jewel of the Soviet Union and suddenly this screaming, jumping, playing kid coming in from the top.”

Thomas Dworzak, Magnum Photos

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