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Emotions of the Sun

In an immense collaboration between Magnum and Veuve Clicquot, eight photographers across five continents were given one assignment: to interpret the force and beauty of the sun.
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Alex Webb

Alex Webb joined Magnum Photos as an associate in 1976. In the mid-1970s, he photographed in the American South, documenting small-town life in black and white. He has worked in the Caribbean and Mexico, experiences which encouraged him to embrace colour photography. Webb has published 15 books of photography, including The Suffering of Light, La Calle: Photographs from Mexico and Dislocations (2023). Waves (2022) is one outcome of his ongoing collaboration with his wife Rebecca Norris Webb. 

C-Print
24.5 x 32 in (paper size) - Edition of 10 + 4 Artist Proofs
32 x 44.5 in (paper size) - Edition of 7 + 2 Artist Proofs
44 x 62 in (paper size) - Edition of 5 + 1 Artist Proof

Oaxaca, Mexico, 2023

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Oaxaca, Mexico, 2023

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Oaxaca, Mexico, 2023

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Oaxaca, Mexico, 2023

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Cristina de Middel

Cristina de Middel was born in Spain in 1975, and currently lives and works in Brazil. Her work explores photography’s complicated relationship with truth, blending documentary and conceptual practices. After a decade as a photojournalist, she pivoted to less conventional approaches, notably in her series The Afronauts (2012), which challenges traditional representations of Africa, and Journey to the Center, which shines a light on the real motives underpinning migrant journeys from Mexico to the US. Cristina de Middel has received numerous honours, including an Infinity award from the International Center of Photography, and the Virginia Prize for women photographers. She published two books in 2023: Boa Noite Povo and The Kabuler, in collaboration with Lorenzo Meloni.
Archival pigment print
Edition of 5 + 2 Artist Proofs
30 x 40 cm (paper size)
90 x 120 cm (paper size)

Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil, 2023

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Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil, 2023

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Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil, 2023

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Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil, 2023

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Lindokuhle Sobekwa

Lindokuhle Sobekwa emerged as a photographer when he took part in the Of Soul and Joy program in 2012. His first exhibition was held in 2013, followed by publication of his photographic essay Nyaope, in various magazines the following year. Later, he was awarded a scholarship to study at the Market Photo Workshop, and has since exhibited his work worldwide. Lindokuhle Sobekwa has been selected by the Magnum Foundation and received funding to continue his long-term projects. He exhibited alongside Mikhael Subotzky in Cape Town in 2021, and staged his first exhibition at a Dutch museum in 2022. His photobook has been shown at exhibitions curated by Mark Sealy, and he became a full member of Magnum Photos in 2022. 
Archival pigment print
40 x 50 cm (paper size) - edition of 7 + 2 Artist Proofs
80 x 100 cm (paper size) - edition of 3 + 2 Artist Proofs

Johannesburg, South Africa, 2023

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Johannesburg, South Africa, 2023

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Johannesburg, South Africa, 2023

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Johannesburg, South Africa, 2023

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Nanna Heitmann

Nanna Heitmann is a Moscow-based photographer who covers the defining events of the day, while at the same time pursuing her own, long-term projects, often focused on the ways people react to and interact with their environment. Heitmann has documented the effects of climate change, and the peatlands of the Congo Basin. Her work appears in international publications including National Geographic and Time magazines, and she is a contributor to the New York Times and the New Yorker. Nanna Heitmann’s honours include the Olivier Rebbot Award and a World Press Photo Award.
Archival pigment print
40 x 50 cm (image size) - edition of 8
60 x 75 cm (image size) - edition of 8
120 x 150 cm (image size) - edition of 3

Bardenas Reales, Spain, 2023

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Bardenas Reales, Spain, 2023

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Bardenas Reales, Spain, 2023

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Bardenas Reales, Spain, 2023

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Newsha Tavakolian

Newsha Tavakolian is an Iranian photographer and visual artist, recognized for her poignant descriptions of the human experience. Tavakolian’s work addresses a range of themes, notably the challenges faced by women in Iran and elsewhere, and the consequences of conflicts. Blending artistry with documentary style, her photographs blur the lines between reality and imagination. She has won numerous prizes, including the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award, and the Prince Claus Photo Contest.
Archival pigment print
Unique artwork
60 x 80 cm (paper size)
100 x 70 cm (paper size)

Iran, 2023

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Iran, 2023

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Iran, 2023

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Iran, 2023

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Olivia Arthur

Olivia Arthur is a photographer noted for her exploration of themes including private life, gender and our relationship to the human body. She studied Mathematics at Oxford University and photojournalism in London, before moving to Delhi to become a photographer in 2003. Moving into large-format portraiture, Arthur began observing individuals’ relationships to the body, touch and physicality, and the ways in which the body and technology intersect. Her work has been shown worldwide, and has entered public collections in the UK, US, Germany and Switzerland. She is a co-founder of Fishbar, a publishing house and photography space in London.
C- print
40 x 50 cm (paper size) - edition of 8
60 x 75 cm (paper size) - edition of 8
120 x 150 cm (paper size) - edition of 3

Corrèze, France, 2023

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Corrèze, France, 2023

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Corrèze, France, 2023

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Corrèze, France, 2023

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Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for over 40 years. He has covered multiple conflicts around the globe, but his subject of choice remains the human condition, and ways in which cultures and peoples share common characteristics, activities and emotions. He has published more than 20 books, most recently Devotion (2023), and his work has been shown in dozens of outstanding exhibitions worldwide. His work has brought him numerous prizes, including the Robert Capa Gold Medal and a Lucie Award. 
Digital C- print, printed on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Super Gloss paper
20 x 24 in (paper size) - edition of 30
30 x 40 in (paper size) - edition of 15
40 x 60 in (paper size) - edition of 10

Mount Fuji, Japan, 2023

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Mount Fuji, Japan, 2023

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Mount Fuji, Japan, 2023

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Mount Fuji, Japan, 2023

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Trent Parke

Trent Parke began his photographic career at the age of 12, using his mother’s Pentax Spotmatic. He worked initially as a photojournalist, before becoming the first Australian to become a full member of Magnum, in 2007, becoming one of the most innovative photographers of his generation. He is known for his poetic, often darkly humorous photography which offers an emotional and psychological portrait of his home country of Australia. His work is rooted in the documentary tradition, but combines elements of fiction and reality to explore themes of identity, place and family life. Parke has published seven monographs, including The Crimson Line (2020), Cue the Sun (2022) and Monument (2023). 
Archival pigment print
Edition of 10
60 x 40 cm (paper size)
120 x 80 cm (paper size)

Adelaide, Australia, 2023

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Adelaide, Australia, 2023

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Adelaide, Australia, 2023

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Adelaide, Australia, 2023

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