Antoine d’Agata (France, 1961) is a Magnum photographer exploring the darkest sides of life, with drug-fuelled sex binges bleeding over the edges of depravity. Destroying the line between living and making art, his images are autobiographical, animalistic, and as horrifying as they are beautiful. D’Agata was in town to launch a new exhibition and online editor Katherine Oktober Matthews had the opportunity to talk with him about existence, agony, and what it means to have a privileged life.
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The Magnum Foundation and the Inge Morath Foundation together announce the 11th edition of the annual Inge Morath Award. Female documentary photographers under the age of 30 are invited to submit their work for the contest!
This year, Magnum Photos will team up with the Singapore International Photography Festival – of which the 3rd edition is taking place in October – to launch ’Magnum Mentorship Singapore