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Magnum Workshop New York

October 20-31, 2008
New York City, NY


The Magnum Workshop New York is a five day intensive, practice oriented workshop that seeks to provide personal photographic growth in an intimate and intensive environment. Each of the 4 five-day workshops will be led by an accomplished Magnum Photographer, each with their own distinctive style and approach to photography. Each workshop will have a maximum of 12 participants.

Magnum Magnum anniversary book launch and group discussion

Join Martine Franck, Stuart Franklin and Martin Parr for a group discussion chaired by the former Magnum Cultural Director and editor of 'Magnum Magnum', Brigitte Lardinois.  This book, celebrating the 60th anniversary year of Magnum Photos will be published by Thames & Hudson in November.  The event, held at the V&A, will focus on discussing the agency's most iconic images.

Alec Soth at the Seattle arts museum

Creatively Speaking: The Artist's Point of View
An Afternoon with Alec Soth
September 28, 2008
2–3:30 p.m.

Plestcheeff Auditorium

Using an 8-by-10-inch camera, Magnum Photographer Alec Soth creates painting-like pictures that have captured worldwide attention. Join the artist as he discusses his evocative photographic series such as Sleeping by the Mississippi, Niagara and Dog Days, Bogotá. Co-presented with the Photographic Center Northwest. Soth is the recipient of PCNW's PhotoVision Award 2008.

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