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A Generation in Revolt

A season of activity marking the fortieth anniversary of the extraordinary events of 1968.

Magnum’s unrivaled archive of photography represents some of the most iconic images of that time; from Bruno Barbey’s record of the Parisian student riots to Josef Koudelka’s documentary of the Prague invasion and Costa Manos’ sympathetic account of Martin Luther King Jr’s funeral. Re-presented to commemorate the anniversary is Paul Fusco’s Funeral Train, his compassionate record of the mourners who turned out to watch Robert Kennedy’s funeral train.

A diverse schedule of exhibitions, book launches, talks and events are already underway across Magnum Photos’ four global offices. While drawing attention to its archive from this remarkable year, Magnum Photos also seeks to explore the legacy of 1968 and ask: Where Have All The Revolutionaries Gone?   Read More