馬格蘭通訊社成立70週年最新相關著作:「馬格蘭宣言」， 三大段回顧史: (1)1947~1968年-通過人文主義濃烈的視角，觀看與凸顯戰後的共同性與烏托邦主義理想 (2)1969~1989年:世界的分裂，著重對於次文化、弱勢族群與外來者的紀錄與省思 (3)1990年~迄今: 一個持續被各種災難與威脅充滿的世界-強調馬格蘭成員們捕捉鏡頭的方式與理念， 繼續警醒世人觀看世界之變的重要。
The official publication celebrating Magnum Photos’ 70th anniversary with a fresh and insightful view of Magnum’s history and archive, accompanying a landmark exhibition showing in New York at the International Center of Photography in 2017 before touring worldwide
In this landmark photography publication and accompanying exhibition celebrating the 70th anniversary of the renowned photo agency, Clément Chéroux and Clara Bouveresse demonstrate how Magnum Photos owes its preeminence to the ability of its photographers to encompass and navigate the points between photography as art object and photography as documentary evidence.
Magnum Manifesto is organized into three parts: Part 1, Human Rights and Wrongs (1947-1968), views the Magnum archive through a humanist lens, focusing on postwar ideals of commonality and utopianism. Part 2, An Inventory of Differences (1969-1989), shows a world fragmenting, with a focus on subcultures, minorities, and outsiders. Part 3, Stories About Endings (1990-present day), charts the ways in which Magnum photographers have captured―and continue to capture―a world in flux and under threat.
Featuring both group and individual projects, this volume includes magazine spreads, newspaper features, and letters, putting some of the world’s most recognizable images in creative context. Magnum Manifesto is an expertly curated, essential collection of images and commentary.