Magnum Foundation

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Magnum Foundation
Foundation
Industry Photography
Headquarters New York City
Area served
Worldwide
Products Photojournalism
Website www.magnumfoundation.org

Magnum Foundation is a non-profit, photographic foundation located in New York City with a mission to expand diversity and creativity in documentary photography.

History and mission[edit]

Magnum Foundation was founded in 2007, in the midst of the collapse of the media system that had traditionally supported photographic reporting.[1] Founded by the photographers of the Magnum Photos collective, including board president Susan Meiselas, the organization was conceived as an initiative to support independent, long-form visual storytelling on social issues. As photojournalism practices diversify, the foundation seeks to develop and experiment with new models for documentary photography projects.[2][3]

Magnum Foundation seeks to create and support a global network of social justice and human rights-focused photographers. The foundation works to preserve the histories of humanistic and documentary photography, including the larger Magnum Photos community estate.[citation needed]

Programs[edit]

Arab Documentary Photography Program[edit]

The Arab Documentary Photography Program (ADPP) supports and mentors photographers from across the Arab region.[4] ADPP is jointly funded by the Prince Claus Fund and The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture. It seeks to amplify non-stereotypical and unconventional visual documentation of social issues and narratives relevant to the Arab region.[5] It aims to raise the level of documentary photography in the Arab region, to train photographers and expand their approaches to visual storytelling, to share strong visual narratives from the Arab region regionally and internationally, and to explore wider access to documentary photography and a more active engagement with its audiences. Each year, ten grantees are chosen through an open call for proposals.[6] Mentors for the program are photographers Peter van Agtmael, Tanya Habjouqa,[7] Eric Gottesman,[8] and Randa Shaath.

Archives and research[edit]

Magnum Foundation draws on the legacy of Magnum Photos, which was founded in 1947 as a photographic cooperative that would allow for the creation and dissemination of visual images unencumbered by the constraints of for-profit journalism.[9] Magnum Photos has evolved into one of the world’s most influential photographic organisations, producing diverse images and content that educate and shape perceptions of world events.[10] Magnum Foundation leads the process of identifying collections and estate holdings of work by Magnum photographers and to connect these materials through an online consortium.[11]

Inge Morath Award[edit]

The Inge Morath Award is given annually to a woman photographer under 30 years of age to support the completion of a long-term documentary photography project.[12] The Award was established by Magnum Photos as a tribute to Inge Morath,[13] who was associated with Magnum for more than fifty years and was one of the first women in the field.[14] The awardee and finalists are selected by the full membership of Magnum Photos during its Annual General Meeting.[15][16] The award is administered by the Magnum Foundation in partnership with the Inge Morath Foundation.

Magnum Foundation Fellowship[edit]

The Magnum Foundation Fellowship offers mentorship and stipends to photojournalism students and recent graduates. Fellows produce a story around New York City on an underreported or emerging issue.[17] Throughout the fellowship they build relationships with subjects, seek partnerships with organizations, and experiment with multimedia.[18] Calls for applications are announced throughout the year on a rolling basis.

Magnum Foundation Fund[edit]

Formerly known as the Magnum Emergency Fund, it was renamed as the Magnum Foundation Fund in 2017.[19] The Fund supports photographers who are experimenting with new models of socially engaged practice. Through production grants, mentorship, and project development assistance, the Magnum Foundation Fund fosters diversity and creativity in documentary photography and related practices.[20] In collaboration with the Prince Claus Fund, the Magnum Foundation Fund supports both emerging and experienced photographers.[1] The Magnum Foundation Fund is by nomination only – typically educators, editors, curators, and critics with expertise in specific areas around the globe – so as to try to ensure a geographically diverse pool of proposals.[n 1]

Photography and Social Justice[edit]

The Photography and Social Justice Program supports and trains early career and emerging photographers, artists, journalists, scholars, and activists who want to pursue social equality and advance human rights through photography.[21]

The Photography and Social Justice Program builds capacity and community among a diverse, international network of Fellows who have not had access to mentorship or training in photography but can demonstrate a commitment to activism and social justice.[22][23] Priority is given to applicants from regions and communities where freedom of expression is limited. Using New York City as a cultural resource, the program provides space for interdisciplinary experimentation and cross-cultural, critical discourse around photography and social justice.[24] The program has twice yearly laboratories, held at CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism in New York City that include technical trainings, lectures, and discussions exploring photography as a medium for social engagement.

Publications[edit]

Through collaboration and partnerships, Magnum Foundation coproduces books of historic and contemporary documentary photography.

Grantees and fellows[edit]

Name Nationality Project Location Year Program Project
Jenn Ackerman[31] (Finalist) USA USA 2009[32] Inge Morath Award Trapped: Mental Illness in America's Prisons[31]
Hadeer Ahmed[33] Egypt Egypt 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Loss
Taslima Akhter[34] Bangladesh 2011[35] Photography and Social Justice
Faisal Al Fouzan[36] Kuwait Kuwait 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Friday Gathering[37]
Amira Al-Sharif[38] Yemen Yemen 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program A Love Song to Socotra Island[39]
Arwa Alneami[40] Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Never Never Land[41]
Tasneem Alsultan[42] Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Saudi Tales of Love[43]
Basel Alyazouri Palestine 2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Evgenia Arbugaeva[44] Russia Russia 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund Tiksi, The Far North[46]
Santiago Arcos[47] Ecuador Chile 2016[23] What Works The Skin of Palestine[47]
2013[35] Photography and Social Justice
Nazik Armenakyan[48] Armenia 2011[35] Photography and Social Justice
Olivia Arthur[49] (Winner) UK Europe/Asia 2007[32] Inge Morath Award The Middle Distance[50]
Jessica Bal[51] USA 2016[52] Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Lurdes R. Basolí [53](Winner) Spain Venezuela 2010[32] Inge Morath Award Caracas, The City of Lost Bullets.[54]
Mostafa Bassim[55] Egypt Egypt 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Post-revolutionary Social Change in Egypt
Mari Bastashevski Denmark China 2015 China File/Abigail Cohen Fellow 10,000 Things Out of China
Horn of Africa 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund State Business: Chapter IV
2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund State Business[57]
Poulomi Basu[58] India Kashmir 2016[23] What Works Kashmiriyat
2012[35] Photography and Social Justice
Nepal 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund A Ritual of Exile: Blood Speaks[60]
Endia Beal USA USA 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Am I What You’re Looking For?[61]
Jonas Bendiksen Norway Arab Gulf 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Far From Home[62]
Massimo Berruti[63] Italy Italy 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Epidemic
Matt Black USA USA 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund The Geography of Poverty[64]
Arthur Bondar Ukraine 2012[35] Photography and Social Justice
Injinaash Bor Mongolia Mongolia 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Mongolian Modern Teenagers
Jasper Briggs[65] USA 2015[52] Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Nadia Bseiso[66] Jordan Jordan 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Infertile Crescent
Oscar Castillo Venezuela Venezuela 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Our War, Our Pain[67]
Daniel Castro Garcia[68] UK Italy 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Foreigner: I Peri N’Tera [69]
Alejandro Cegarra Venezuela Venezuela 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Our Invisible War[70]
Mimi Chakarova (Winner) USA Eastern Europe 2005[32] Inge Morath Award Sex Trafficking in Eastern Europe[71]
Chien-Chi Chang USA Burma 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund The Price of Isolation
Zhe Chen (Winner) China China 2011[32] Inge Morath Award Bees[72]
Qingang Chen China Muli 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Patients at Muli County
Mimi Cherono Ng’ok[73] Kenya Uganda 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Esther C.
Joana Choumali Ivory Coast Ivory Coast 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Siri Barra (Smoke Work)[74]
Elodie Chrisment [75](Finalist) France France 2014[32] Inge Morath Award Pleasure Places--Paris[76]
Jordi Ruiz Cirera[77] Spain Argentina 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund The United Soya Republic
Edmund Clark UK 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Unseen Spaces of the Global War on Terror[78]
Yan Cong China China 2015 China File/Abigail Cohen Fellow
Kathryn Cook (Winner) USA Turkey 2008[32] Inge Morath Award Memory Denied: Turkey and the Armenian Genocide[79]
Xyza Cruz Bacani Philippines Philippines 2016[23] What Works Classrooms of Hope[80]
2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Souvid Datta India/UK China 2015 China FIle/Abigail Cohen Fellow
Gabriella Demczuk, (Finalist) USA USA 2016[32] Inge Morath Award Baltimore Sings the Blues[81]
Chery Dieu Nalio Haiti 2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Jessica Dimmock USA USA 2005[32] Inge Morath Award The Ninth Floor (Finalist)[82]
USA 2006[32] Inge Morath Award The Ninth Floor (Winner)[82]
Carolyn Drake USA USA 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Invisible Bus
Marko Drobnjakovic[83] Serbia Former Yugoslavia 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund The Last Yugoslavs
Philippe Dudouit Switzerland Sahara 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund The Dynamics of Dust[84]
Thomas Dworzak Germany Europe 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Europa: The Guide for Refugees
Faiham Ebna Sharif Bangladesh Bangladesh 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Tea Workers of Bangladesh
Rena Effendi Azerbaijan Caucasus 2007[32] Inge Morath Award Pipe Dreams: A Chronicle of Lives Along the Pipeline in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey. (Finalist)[85]
Egypt 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund We Are Here
Mohamed El Fatih Hamadain[86] Sudan Sudan 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Gold Madness
Elsie El Haddad Lebanon Lebanon 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Stranded: On Life After Imprisonment[87]
Hamada El Rasam Egypt Egypt 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Traces of the Conflict[88]
Mohammed Elshamy[89] Egypt 2014[35] Photography and Social Justice
Reem Falaknaz UAE UAE 2014[90] Arab Documentary Photography Program The Place of Perpetual Undulation[91]
Stephen Ferry[92] USA Colombia 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund The Poisoning of El Dorado
Adrian Fussell[93] USA USA 2012[52] Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Carlo Gabuco[94] Philippines Philippines 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Less than Human
Ziyah Gafić[95] Bosnia & Herzegovina Bosnia & Herzegovina 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Paradise Lost
Rahima Gambo[96] Nigeria USA 2014 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Hicham Gardaf Morocco Morocco 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Intersections[97]
Balazs Gardi[98] Hungary 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Cresi
Cedric Gerbehaye Belgium South Sudan 2010 Magnum Foundation Fund Land of Cush[99]
Bruce Gilden USA USA 2010 Magnum Foundation Fund No Place Like Home
Eric Gottesman[100] USA Ethiopia 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund Baalu Girma
Emine Gozde Sevim[101] Turkey Turkey 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Unbeknown
Brigitte Grignet[102] Belgium Belgium 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Welcome
Claudia Guadarrama (Winner) Mexico Chiapas 2004[32] Inge Morath Award Before the Limit[103]
Eric Gyamfi Ghana Ghana 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Just Like Us[104]
Tanya Habjouqa Jordan West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund Occupied Pleasures[105]
Abbas Hajimohammadi Iran Iran 2016[23] What Works Jesus In Iran
2014[35] Photography and Social Justice
Curran Hatleberg[106] USA USA 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Shadow Country
Samar Hazboun Palestine Palestine 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Beyond Checkpoints[107]
Eman Helal[108] Egypt Egypt 2016[23] What Works Back Home
Egypt 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Just Stop[109]
2013[56] Photography and Social Justice
Eduardo Hirose Peru Peru 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Expansión
Zann Huizhen Huang Singapore Lebanon 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Remember Shatila
Saiful Huq Omi[110] Bangladesh UK 2010 Magnum Foundation Fund The Disowned and The Denied
Sohrab Hura India India 2010 Magnum Foundation Fund Pati[111]
Sara Hylton[112] Canada USA 2015[52] Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Omar Imam Syria Syria 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Live Love Refugee[113]
Nneka Iwunna[114] Nigeria Nigeria 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Left Behind
Shannon Jansen (Winner) USA Sudan 2014[32] Inge Morath Award A Long Walk[115]
Liu Jie[116] China 2012[35] Photography and Social Justice
Justin Jin Hong Kong Russia 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Zone of Absolute Discomfort[117]
Krisanne Johnson USA Swaziland 2010 Magnum Foundation Fund I Love You Real Fast[118]
Manca Juvan[119] Slovenia Slovenia 2016[23] What Works Solidarity, Not Charity
2011 Photography and Social Justice
Eyad Kasem Syria Syria 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program A Small Forest on The Other Side[120]
Nour Kelze Syria 2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Heba Khalifa[121] Egypt Egypt 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Homemade[122]
Tomoko Kikuchi[123] Japan China 2014 China File/Abigail Cohen Fellow
China 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund The River
Isadora Kosofsky (Winner) USA USA 2012[32] Inge Morath Award Selections from “The Three” and “This Existence.”[124]
Yuri Kozyrev Russia Yemen 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Yemen's Unfinished Revolution[125]
Youcef Krache Algeria Algeria 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program El Houma[126]
Olga Kravets[127] Russia Chechnya 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund Radicalization
Alexis Lambrou USA USA 2012 Magnum Foundation Fellowship Teaching for Life[128]
Sebastian Liste Spain Brazil 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund The Brazilian Far West[129]
Yuyang Liu[130] China China 2016[23] What Works On Court Uyghur Dreams Grow[131]
China 2015 China File/Abigail Cohen Fellow
2014[21] Photography and Social Justice
Kai Löffelbein[132] Germany Bangka island 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Death Metals
Ben Lowy USA Libya 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund iLibya: Libya's Growing Pains[133]
Alex Majoli taly Brazil 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Modern Slavery
Mehdy Mariouch Morocco Morocco 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Bribes de Vie[134]
Claire Martin (Winner) Australia Canada/USA 2010 Inge Morath Award[32] Selections from The Downtown East Side and Slab City[135]
Guy Martin[136] UK Turkey 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Parallel State
Yael Martinez[137] Mexico Mexico 2016 Magnum Foundation Fund Broken Roots[138]
Justin Maxon USA 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund Fallen Not Forgotten
Nadege Mazars France Colombia 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund The Other Colombia[139]
Ramin Mazur[140] Moldova 2013 Photography and Social Justice
Tamara Merino (Finalist) Chile Australia 2016[32] Inge Morath Award Underland[141]
Rafał Milach Poland Belarus 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund The Winners[142]
Karen Mirzoyan Georgia 2010[35] Photography and Social Justice
Caucasus 2010[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Unrecognized Islands of Caucasus[143]
Laura Morton USA California 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Wild West Tech[144]
Ahmad Mousa Qasem Iraq Iraq 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Awaiting Their Dead[145]
Sipho Mpongo South Africa 2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Loubna Mrie Syria 2014[35] Photography and Social Justice
Pete Muller USA Africa 2015 Magnum Foundation Fund Wildlife Wars: The Growing Movement of Militarized Anti-Poaching[146]
Boniface Mwangi Kenya 2011[35] Photography and Social Justice
Julius Mwelu[147] Kenya Kenya 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund The Disintegration of the Matatus
Natalie Naccache Lebanon Lebanon 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Our Limbo[148]
Adam Nadel USA Greater Everglades 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund Getting the Water Right[149]
Dominic Nahr Switzerland Kenya 2010[1] Magnum Foundation Fund The Unhealed Rift
Showkat Nanda[150] India Kashmir 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund The Endless Wait
Musuk Nolte[151] Peru Peru 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund Open Mourning
Katie Orlinsky USA USA 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Chasing Winter[152]
Ed Ou Canada 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund North[153]
Alessandro Penso[154] Italy Bulgaria 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Refugees in Bulgaria[155]
Elena Perlino Italy Italy 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Pipeline[156]
Peter Pin USA USA 2011 Magnum Foundation Fellowship Displaced: The Cambodian Diaspora[157]
Giulio Piscitelli Italy Italy 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund From There to Here[158]
Lauren Pond[159] (Finalist) USA USA 2013[32] Inge Morath Award Faith and Its Price[160]
Ruth Prieto Mexico USA 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fellowship Safe Heaven[161]
Nii Obodai Provencal Ghana Ghana 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Big Dreams: Life Built on Gold
Leone Purchas (Finalist) UK UK 2008[32] Inge Morath Award In the Shadow of Things[162]
Asim Rafiqui USA/Sweden/Pakistan Pakistan 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Law & Order: A People's History of the Law in Pakistan[163]
Pattabi Raman India 2013[35] Photography and Social Justice
Stephen Reiss USA USA 2013 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Yue Ren (Finalist) China Beijing 2005[32] Inge Morath Award Gay Scene in Beijing[164]
Dana Romanoff (Finalist) USA Africa 2006[32] Inge Morath Award Wife of the God[165]
Zeid Romdhane Tunisia Tunisia 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program West of Life[166]
Roy Saade[167] Lebanon Lebanon 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Dalieh; On the Edge
Mustafa Saeede Somalia Somalia 2015 Arab Documentary Photography Program Division Multiplied[168]
Muhammad Salah Sudan Sudan 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Who Said White Is Better?[169]
Sara Sallam[170] Egypt Egypt 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Hide and Seek
Zara Samiry Morocco Morocco 2014 Arab Documentary Photography Program Tales of the Moroccan Amazons[171]
Alessandra Sanguinetti USA Argentina 2017[19] Magnum Foundation Fund El Deslinde
Cinthya Santos Briones[172] Mexico USA 2016 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Emily Schiffer USA USA 2009[32] Inge Morath Award Cheyenne River (Winner)[173]
Chicago 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Securing Food in Chicagoland[174]
Mimi Schiffman[175] USA USA 2012 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Alex Scott USA USA 2015 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Pedro Silveira Brazil 2014[35] Photography and Social Justice
Alice Smeets (Finalist) Belgium Haiti 2008[32] Inge Morath Award Growing Up in Haiti[176]
Prasiit Sthapit Nepal Nepal 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Change of Course[177]
Brock Stoneham USA USA 2014 Magnum Foundation Fellowship Recycled[178]
Pooyan Tabatabaei[179] Iran 2012[35] Photography and Social Justice
Shannon Taggart (Finalist) USA USA 2005[32] Inge Morath Award The Spiritualists[180]
Nic Tanner USA 2014 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Newsha Tavakolian (Finalist) Iran Iran 2007[32] Inge Morath Award Iran, Girl Power![181]
Ian Teh[182] UK China 2014 China File/Abigail Cohen Fellow
China 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Traces[183]
Larry Towell Canada Afghanistan 2010[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Crisis in Afghanistan
Sumeja Tulic Bosnia USA 2016 Magnum Foundation Fellowship Undocumented Recipes
2014[35] Photography and Social Justice
Angelos Tzortzinis Greece Greece 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund In Search of The European Dream[184]
Shehab Uddin[185] Bangladesh Bangladesh 2010[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Pavement Dwellers
Sofia Valiente (Finalist) USA USA 2015[24] Inge Morath Award Miracle Village[186]
Peter Van Agtmael USA USA 2015[24] Magnum Foundation Fund Untitled
Tomas Van Houtryve Belgium North Korea 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Borderline: In the Shadow of North Korea[187]
Kadir van Lohuizen[188] Netherlands Iraq 2010[1] Magnum Foundation Fund The Last 50,000 U.S. Soldiers
Danielle Villasana (Winner) USA Peru 2015[24] Inge Morath Award A Light Inside[189]
Ami Vitale (Winner) USA Kashmir 2002[32] Inge Morath Award Kashmir[190]
Anastasia Vlasova Ukraine Ukraine 2016[23] What Works Homeland in Exile[191]
2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Teun Voeten Netherlands Mexico 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Narco Estado[192]
Donald Weber Canada Iraq 2012[45] Magnum Foundation Fund War is Good*
Alex Welsh USA USA 2013[56] Magnum Foundation Fund Home of the Brave[193]
Christian Werner Germany Balkan Region 2014[21] Magnum Foundation Fund Depleted Uranium: The Silent Genocide[194]
Danny Wilcox Frazier USA USA 2016[59] Magnum Foundation Fund Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
Muyi Xiao China USA 2016[23] What Works Talk 2 Muslims[195]
2015[35] Photography and Social Justice
Carmen Yahchouchi Lebanon Lebanon 2016 Arab Documentary Photography Program Beyond Sacrifice[196]
Yeong-Ung Yang[197] South Korea USA 2013 Magnum Foundation Fellowship
Sim Chi Yin[198] Singapore 2010[35] Photography and Social Justice
Wang Yishu China China 2010[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Substitute Teacher
Daniella Zalcman (Winner) USA Canada/USA 2016[32] Inge Morath Award Signs of Your Identity[199]
Zalmai Afghanistan Greece 2011[1] Magnum Foundation Fund Walking in Quicksand[200]
Carlotta Zarattini (Finalist) Italy Cambodia 2012[32] Inge Morath Award The White Building: A Mirror of Cambodia [201]
Lijie Zhang[202] China 2013[35] Photography and Social Justice
Emine Ziyatdinova[203] Ukraine USA 2012 Magnum Foundation Fellowship

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The 2017 list of nominators and judges is available on the Magnum Foundation Fund microsite.
  2. ^ The publication is available to download for free as a PDF from within The Atlantic Philanthropies' dedicated website here.

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