Archival Magnum Photographs for Sale

The holiday season is among us and I already know what I’m getting myself for a cheeky gift. For the past three hours now I’ve been debating which of these prints to purchase for myself. I’ve never been so indecisive before…and I’m not ashamed of it. I’m excited to start my art collection with a signed photograph (or two) from Magnum Photos for just $100!

Just for 3 days online (today until November 14th), museum quality archival prints unseen from the public and selected and signed by Magnum photographers are on sale on their website.

So far my two favourites are:

Constantine Manos Archival Print

Constantine Manos Archival Print

David Hurn Archival Print

David Hurn Archival Print

Magnum Photos began just after World War II founded by Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David “Chim” Seymour. The cooperative is an agency and archive owned by its elite and world-renowned members who tell stories combining photographic art and photojournalism showing us the world through their eyes. Today with offices in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, Magnum photos maintains photographer authorship, protects copyright, and helps us shape the way we remember the world.

What I would do to be in a room with this group of photographers…


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