The Magnum Gallery represents the photographers of Magnum, members, founders and estates. A true cultural force, the agency was founded in 1947 by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger and David Seymour. Today, Magnum represents several generations of photographers and estates committed to the medium, maintaining their founding ideals at the intersection of art and photojournalism.
Expanding both online and in situ in 2021, the Magnum Gallery aims to honor the legacy of its founders and their successors, but also to support the careers of its youngest photographers by placing their work in the world’s finest collections.
Today, the Magnum Gallery operates from two locations: a gallery in Paris at 68, rue Léon Frot, 75011, and an exhibition space in London at 63 Gee Street, EC1V 3RS. The Magnum Gallery offers a robust exhibition programme in its physical locations, as well as online content to engage a wide audience. The Magnum Gallery also has a presence at art and photography fairs around the world.
As a leading voice in publishing, Magnum Photos and the Magnum photographers have published over 1,000 books. Produced in collaboration with international cultural institutions and curators, these books advance the artistic mission of the agency’s photographers.
Samantha McCoy (Paris) and Nicolas Smirnoff (London)
Tel. + 33 1 53 42 50 00
Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm
Peter van Agtmael
Miguel Rio Branco
Sim Chi Yin
Cristina Garcia Rodero
Philip Jones Griffiths
Carl De Keyzer
Cristina de Middel
Guy Le Querrec
Zied Ben Romdhane
W. Eugene Smith
Jacob Aue Sobol