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Warren Richardson | A man passes a baby through the fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border in Röszke, Hungary, 28 August 2015.

2016 World Press Photo Contest Winners

The jury of the 59th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected an image by Australian photographer Warren Richardson as the World Press Photo of the Year 2015. The photo depicts a man passing a baby through the fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border in Röszke, Hungary.


Robert Capa | Capucine, French model and actress, in her hotel room, Rome, August 1951. © Robert Capa/International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos

Robert Capa in Color

Photojournalist Robert Capa has been always considered as a giant of black-and-white photo reportage. Unlike his fellow Magnum colleague, Henri Cartier-Bresson who despised color, he used it on regular basis in the post-war period until 1954.

Pascal Maitre | Incroyable Afrique

Pascal Maître is a French photo-journalist who has spent his life describing the world and telling the stories of his expeditions. La Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris is presenting an exhibition showing the photographer’s deep 30 years passion for Africa.

Henri Cartier-Bresson at Centre Pompidou

© George Hoyningen-Huene : © Horst / Courtesy-Staley / Wise Gallery / NYC Crédit photographique : © 2013. Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York / Scala, Florence

© George Hoyningen-Huene 

Henri Cartier-Bresson name is usually associated with the idea of “decisive moment” in photography. His genius for composition, extraordinary visual intuition and ability to capture the most elusive and significant instants as they happened made many critics think of his work as a single stylistic entity defined by this principle.


René Burri / Men on a Rooftop, Sao Paulo / 1960 / Rene Burri/Magnum Photos

René Burri | Six Photographs

René Burri who passed away at the age of 81 last year has been taking photographs for 67 of those years, and as a Magnum photographer for the past 54. As he explains in this video, he has spent a lifetime ‘catching’ moments from the world around him and made iconic images of key cultural figures of the 20th century; among them Picasso, Le Corbusier, Giacometti and Barragán.


The Nenets, Siberia.

Jimmy Nelson | Before They Pass Away, The Last Tribesmen

In his book, Jimmy Nelson documents members of 20 threatened indigenous cultures throughout the world—while they’re still with us. The photographer thinks the purity of humanity exists and it is there in the mountains, the ice fields, the jungle, along the rivers and in the valleys.