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Let Steve McCurry Take You to India

India features a range of color pictures illustrating this most colorful of countries, capturing the lives of everyday people in extraordinary settings. Of its 140 photographs, 48 are previously unseen and hand-picked from the Magnum photographer’s huge personal archive. These vary from street scenes in Kolkata, socialites in Mumbai, shepherds in Kashmir and Hindu devotees immersing statues of Ganesh in the sea off Chowpatty Beach.

Behind Closed Doors

Steve McCurry traveled to Indonesia, Nepal and the Philippines to photograph domestic workers who endured a myriad of abuses while working for families elsewhere in Asia and the Middle East.

McCurry recognized with lifetime achievement award by The British Royal Photographic Society

Steve McCurry has been awarded the Centenary Medal for Lifetime Achievement at the 2014 Royal Photographic Society Awards.
McCurry was given the award “in recognition of a sustained, significant contribution to the art of photography.”
McCurry spoke at the ceremony and told of his delight at being given the award: “I can’t think of a better way to spend my life than wandering this planet telling stories."

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Steve McCurry's Memories of Afghanistan

A frequent visitor to Afghanistan, photographer Steve McCurry shares his memories of this war-torn but compelling country.

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