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The Rat Story

Bruce Gilden’s special brand of tough Brooklyn-bred bravado pierces through in one breath in this “leftover” story about one particular rat. He burst into this hilarious monologue, lasting two minutes and eight seconds.

Soul Hunt

Air, water, earth, fire are the four elements used in pagan rituals, be they by the shamans of Siberia, the Voodoo in Haiti, the Dogon of Mali, the Shinto in Japan, or the Bari of the Amazon.

Silicon Forest

Akademgorodok (Academic City) is the center of Russia's science industry. It was created during the Cold War by the Soviet Union, and is located in a Siberian forest where winters are minus 4 to minus 31 degrees Fahrenheit. This is how it exists today.

Satellites

Between 1998 and 2005 I traveled through the fringes of the former Soviet empire, exploring the oblique stories of half-forgotten enclaves and restless territories. Many of these places are quaintly obscure, but as I came to discover, they offer stark proof that the breakup of the Soviet Union is still a work in progress.

Pop Sixties

Magnum In Motion presents a multimedia piece in conjunction with the forthcoming book Pop Sixties, published by Abrams, and furnished with photographs exclusively from Magnum.

New York

Capturing the true diversity that makes this city great, this selection of images spans Erwitt's career, including many previously unseen works from the '50s and the '60s.

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Bolivian Elections

In December 2005, Christopher Anderson travelled to Bolivia to witness the election of Evo Morales. He turned his excursion into an interactive diary with updates from the field.

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