35,000 additional Magnum Photos images now on Artstor

Moises Saman, Zacharia Gazmouth, a suspected Shabiha prisoner, his body covered in self-inflicted defaced pro-Assad tatoos, is a prisoner at a makeshift jail in the rebel-held town of Marae, Aleppo Province, Syria, July 24, 2012. (© Moises Saman / Magnum Photos)Magnum Photos has now shared more than 35,000 additional images into Artstor’s Digital Library, bringing the total to approximately 116,000* of the world’s most recognized photographs.

Among the highlights are black and white shots of daily life in Europe by Raymond Depardon; Middle Eastern tensions and traditions observed by Abbas; elegant staged portraits from Marilyn to Einstein by Philippe Halsman; Martine Franck’s images of both ordinary people and luminaries; a vibrant sequence in India by Alessandra Sanguinetti; and Thomas Hoepker’s striking painterly landscapes. The collection also documents present-day concerns with photographs from geopolitical hotspots like Fukushima, Donetsk, and Aleppo.

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*Image totals may vary from country to country, reflecting Artstor’s obligation to address variations in international copyright.

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