The world in photos
Magnum China – both an outstanding photobook and a fascinating social history – illustrates the agency’s evolving relationship with China to give a visually rich, informed photographic account of the country, its people and the changes witnessed over the last nine decades.
This two-volume collection offers an extensive compilation of images from the eminent photojournalist René Burri.
Sergio Larrain's classic collection of photographs of London, updated to include previously unpublished photographs.
An outstanding retrospective collection of the master of 20th-century photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson.
This book from award-winning Magnum photographer Harry Gruyaert collects his photographs of India, featuring his trademark use of color.
One of the most accomplished photojournalists alive today, Martin Parr turns his lens toward Tbilisi, Georgia's capital, and captures the beauty of this vibrant city.
Gordon Parks’ ethically complex depictions of crime in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles, with previously unseen photographs.
A photographic journey by one of the twentieth century's great photographers through eight African countries on the cusp of independence post WWII.
The San Quentin Project collects a largely unseen visual record of daily life inside one of America’s oldest and largest prisons.
An abiding image of American racial segregation from 1950s New Orleans taken by photographer Robert Frank.
In Let the Sun Beheaded Be, Gregory Halpern focuses on the Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France with a complicated and violent colonial past.
Showing the beauty of our planet, reversing the damage done to it, and preserving it for the future.
This remarkable book explores the key role Paris played in Henri Cartier-Bresson’s legendary artistic career, and the way he looked at the city he lived in―and loved.