magnum photos Archives - Sean Gallagher - Photographer & Filmmaker | Beijing, China
18 March

Remembering Philip Jones Griffiths

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Remembering Philip Jones Griffiths

Tomorrow marks the 3-year anniversary of the passing of Philip Jones Griffiths, one of the leading photojournalists of the 20th Century. Born in the small town of Rhuddlan, in Wales, Philip became a member of Magnum Photos in 1971 and was most famous for his work in Vietnam, most notably for his book Vietnam Inc., […]

11 February

Africa Through A Lens

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Came across a very interesting article on the BBC website this morning titled “Africa through a Lens”, that I wanted to share with you and spread the message about. According to the article… “Thousands of old photographs from across Africa – as seen by British colonial staff stationed there – have been digitised by The […]

7 December

Climate Change, Copenhagen and China | Special Post

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

As many followers of my work and my blog will know, much of my work falls within the category of environmental photography. As talks begin in Copenhagen today, on the immediate future plans of our governments to tackling climate change, it seemed appropriate to write a special blog post on photographing climate issues in China. […]

19 October

Photo(s) of the Week | 19.10.09 | Diwali

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A friend of mine reminded me this weekend that it was the Hindu festival of Diwali this week. In case you don’t know, Divali (or the Festival of Light as it is also called) is a celebration held over 5 days by Hindu communities throughout the world. Lights are lit, fireworks are set off and families come […]

28 September

Photo of the Week | 28.09.09 | Hutongs

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Editorial Photography

This week’s ‘Photo of the Week’ was taken in 2006 as part of a story that I did on the destruction of the ‘hutongs’ of central Beijing. For those of you who aren’t aware, the hutongs are a maze-like series of homes and dwellings that used to dominate central Beijing. I say used to because […]