Magnum In Motion online essays add new dimensions to to the traditional photographic narrative, using a combination of photos, audio, video, graphics, and interactivity.
John Vink

More than 30 years after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia will finally publicly face its brutal past during an international judiciary process and hopefully be allowed to put the souls of 1,7 million victims at rest. Even if only less than ten people will be prosecuted, the importance of having a tribunal which is understood by everyone is vitally important for its credibility.

Peter van Agtmael

This is how I saw America's wars from January of 2006 until December of 2008. I tried to make pictures that reflected my complex and often contradictory experiences, where the line was continuously blurred between perpetrator and victim, between hero and villain.  In time, the labels that had heretofore defined my perceptions of the world became meaningless.

Bruce Davidson
Alex Majoli
Bruce Gilden

Bruce Gilden's black and white imagery is reminiscent of the film noir he used to watch on TV when he was a child. Ever since, he has had an attraction for tough looking characters, bad guys and their acolytes and the underworld where they operate.

Mark Power

Intangible and mysterious, familiar yet obscure, the Shipping Forecast is broadcast four times a day on BBC Radio 4. Power's photographs are a response to the clash between the pictures built up in his imagination since childhood and the reality of the places he found.

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