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Viewing There’s no place like home, Magnum

Bringing together works by Magnum photographers including Martin Parr, Alec Soth and Alessandra Sanguinetti, this online exhibition reflects on the notion of home as a central place for solace, security and creativity. It also explores how the home can engender optimism and happiness during times of hardship or uncertainty.

There’s a rich mix to sink your teeth into. Antoine d’Agata’s critically-acclaimed series Virus, in which he documents the devastating impact of the Covid-19 outbreak in Paris, evokes the anguish and fear experienced by millions over the past year. Bruce Gilden’s iconic black-and-white image of a woman in a bikini, on the other hand, is likely to raise a smile.

Don’t miss Peter Marlow’s poetic images spotlighting the loneliness of elderly people and Harry Gruyaert’s lively compositions of public celebrations from the early 1980s. All of this and more at the click of a mouse. Sounds like just the thing to while away those extended summer lunch breaks!




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Dates
19 May 2021 — 31 December 2021
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