Sabiha Çimen / Magnum Photos
Fable / Magnum Square Print Sale
Apr 29 – May 5, 2024
Magnum Photos
Online / International

For the 10-year anniversary of the Square Print Sale, storytellers unite.
For our latest sale, Fable, we have partnered with esteemed literary magazine, Granta. Together, we celebrate the symbiosis between visual and written narratives through a collaboration with three writers, Sara Baume, Victoria Adukwei Bulley and Derek Owusu, who have weaved stories and poetry inspired by the images featured in the sale.

Each of the 85 images contributed to the sale are available as signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality 6×6″ prints online for one week only. ⁠

Exploring the theme Fable, the sale celebrates the symbiosis between visual and written narratives through a collaboration with three writers, who have composed stories and poetry inspired by a selection of images from the sale.⁠ Each of the 85 images featured are available as signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality 6×6″ prints.

Contributing photographers include Abbas, Alec Soth, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Alex Webb, Antoine d’Agata, Bieke Depoorter, Bruce Gilden, Cornell Capa, Cristina de Middel, Elliott Erwitt, Gregory Halpern, Guy Le Querrec, Harry Gruyaert, Herbert List, Marc Riboud, Mark Power, Martin Parr, Myriam Boulos, Newsha Tavakolian, Peter van Agtmael, Philippe Halsman, Raymond Depardon, Robert Capa, Sabiha Çimen, Steve McCurry, Susan Meiselas, Wayne Miller, Zied Ben Romdhane, and others.

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