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Mia Goth wearing Prada – Printed jersey dress, leather and suede Sidonie bag, plexiglas necklace, shot by Christopher Anderson for Crash #86

MAGNUM IS HOSTING A CHARITY PRINT SALE

By Crash

“Turning Points”, the April 2020 Magnum Square Print Sale in collaboration with The Everyday Projects, brings together a selection of over 120 images by international photographers and visual artists. The participating photographers have scoured personal archives in search of images that represent changes in the course of history, society, a life, or an artistic practice.

When this theme was settled upon, few involved foresaw the changes that would develop across the globe over coming weeks. With the world facing unprecedented challenges in the face of a sprawling pandemic, reflections around personal fulcrums, social tipping-points, and geo-political crossroads seem eerily apt. Magnum photographers will be donating 50% of their income from the sale to Médecins Sans Frontières’s COVID-19 emergency response.

During the sale, and for one week only, over 100 archival-quality prints, signed by the photographers or estate-stamped, are available for 100 dollars. Magnum Square Prints are printed on 6×6” archival paper; image size is 5.5” on the longest side. Images will not be cropped but will instead have white borders. They are not editioned by quantity, but editioned by time, as these items will not be made available outside the sale window. The images in each sale are always different, and will never be available in this format again.

The sale takes place right now through Sunday 12 April. Find more info here.

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