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South African, b. 1981
From the Archive
Gerda Taro: Inventing Robert Capa
Dec 10, 2013
In Paris in 1934, a young and beautiful Jewish émigrée, Gerda Pohorylles, met a Hungarian political exile, André Friedmann. They reinvented themselves as the photographers Gerda Taro and Robert Capa – and he would become the most important photojournalist of his generation.
When Gerda was killed in the Spanish Civil war at the age of twenty-six, Robert Capa was her most notable mourner – his grief...
Portrait of Marrakech (Working Title)
Dec 10, 2013
In a collaborative project with MMPVA (Marrakech Museum of Photography and the Visual Arts), five Magnum photographers lived and worked for two weeks alongside curator Simon Njami and the local creative community of Marrakech, to document the city. A pop up exhibition is currently on show at the MMP+ space in Badi Palace, Marrakech through to 1 February 2014.
Simon Njami, Curator - The Shock Of Being...
Dec 9, 2013
This photo book is an extraordinary collection of black and white photographs drawn from an archive spanning over forty years. The tree has been one of those enduring subjects, which has been consistently
photographed since the beginning of photography. It has been an object of reverence and awe.
An avid gardener and nature lover, Raghu Rai’s photographs were not made in pursuit of a book or exhibition,...
Dec 8, 2013
First time in a little more than 10 years I am in Brussels during late fall… It is rather tough…
More on 'This is not Belgium' HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE....
Best of 2013 with the Sony RX1...
Dec 7, 2013
It took me a while to get used to this little RX1. I am a viewfinder photographer and have been one for quite some time now (that would be since I started photographing as a kid). To change to an electronic viewfinder or looking like one of the millions of tourists in Cambodia frozen into a point and shoot position with squinting eyes was not so obvious.
Because let's face it: NOTHING beats a good...