Tag: Mark Power

New York, Mark Power The Polish man of Bristol

The first time, he was on vacation with his girlfriend. Mark Power discovered Poland as a tourist without ever imagining that after a tumultuous year, he would return here 25 times. It is 1989. He just entered stardom with his iconic pictures of the fall of the Berlin Wall, making him an expert on eastern Europe for his native British newspapers.


Magnum On Georgia, For Georgia

This month Magnum Photos releases Georgian Spring: A Magnum Journal, a group project for which ten photographers—Thomas Dworzak, Martine Franck, Mark Power, Alex Majoli, Martin Parr, Alec Soth, Jonas Bendiksen, Antoine D’Agata, Gueorgui Pinkhassov and Paolo Pellegrin—traveled to the Eastern European country to document the contemporary culture and national identity. The book is curated and published by Chris Boot, a former Magnum director in London.