Fujifilm and Magnum Photos Explore "Home"
Fujifilm is collaborating with Magnum Photos on a major new project exploring the subject of "HOME". An exhibition of the work will tour to seven cities around the world starting in March 2018, and be accompanied by a photobook.
Fujifilm Press Release
FUJIFILM x Magnum Photos Collaborative Project
Hosting Photo Exhibitions of 15 Magnum Photographers in 7 Cities Worldwide
September 7, 2017
Fujifilm Corporation is collaborating with Magnum Photos on a major new project exploring the subject of "HOME". An exhibition of the work will tour to seven cities around the world starting in March 2018, and be accompanied by a photobook.
15 Magnum Photographers will explore the theme of “HOME” for the project. Known for their wide range of approaches, Magnum Photos members produce documentary photography that encompasses art and photojournalism. Sharing the agency’s legacy for humanistic photography, associated with it’s founding in 1947, Magnum’s contemporary practitioners are united by a curiosity about the world. This project invites them to explore a universal subject familiar to us all
“Home” is not only defined as a space for physical living. It holds various other associations that are emotional, biological, cultural and societal. These 15 photographers have been given an open brief to explore the subject through their own individual practices, the resulting work reflecting their personal take on a subject that we all record photographically.
Antoine d’Agata (France)
Jonas Bendiksen (Norway)
Chien-Chi Chang (USA)
Thomas Dworzak (Georgia/Iran/Germany)
Elliot Erwitt (USA)
David Alan Harvey (USA)
Hiroji Kubota (Japan)
Alex Majoli (Italy)
Trent Parke (Australia)
Gueorgui Phikhassov (Russia)
Mark Power (UK)
Moises Saman (Spain/Peru)
Alessandra Sanguinetti (USA）
Alec Soth (USA)
Alex Webb (USA)
About Magnum Photos
In 1947, following the aftermath of the Second World War, four pioneering photographers founded a now legendary alliance. Combining an extraordinary range of individual styles into one powerful collaboration, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger and David Seymour started, over a celebratory bottle of champagne, the most important artists’ cooperative ever created: The Magnum Photos agency.
Magnum Photos represents some of the world’s most renowned photographers, maintaining its founding ideals and idiosyncratic mix of journalist, artist and storyteller. Our photographers share a vision to chronicle world events, people, places and culture with a powerful narrative that defies convention, shatters the status quo, redefines history and transforms lives.