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Magnum Professional Practice: Belfast

Magnum Education

June 9-10

Magnum Professional Practice: Belfast is run as part of the Belfast Photo Festival, Northern Ireland’s premier visual arts festival and the photographic biennial for the island of Ireland.Each of Magnum’s Professional Practice lectures is tailored to deliver the best impartial advice and provide networking opportunities to meet with key decision makers.


Magnum Fine Photographs

Margaret Thatcher

By Peter Marlow

Margaret Thatcher was an icon of modern politics, and her passing in March 2013 sparked heated discussion about her legacy. British photographer Peter Marlow was present at the 1981 Conservative Party Conference in Brighton and captured this timeless portrait, featured in the recent publication Magnum Contact Sheets. Fine photographs are available by contacting


New Book

Undercover Spitalfields

By Peter Marlow

Magnum Editions are pleased to announce a new publication by British Magnum photographer, Peter Marlow.'Undercover Spitalfields', commissioned by Ballymore Group, depicts life at London's iconic Old Spitalfields Market and marks the 120 year anniversary of this historic site. Originally completed in 1893, Spitalfields is London’s oldest market and a unique visitor experience, voted a top 10 city tourist attraction.


New Exhibition


By Stuart Franklin

The Magnum Print Room is delighted to announce Stuart Franklin's new exhibition, Narcissus. Narcissus is a collection of extraordinary landscape photographs taken by Franklin over a five year period in the region of Møre og Romsdal on Norway’s western fjordland.


New Video

Children of Europe

By David Seymour

A founding member of Magnum Photos with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and George Rodger, Chim was sent to five countries of Europe in the Spring of 1948 as a special consultant to UNICEF. Duirng the six months of his assignment, he also painted a broader picture of the children.These are some of his photographs.