Pirelli Calendar Turns Over A New Leaf with War Photographer Steve McCurry

To create its 40th calendar, the tire company headed to Rio to do something out of character - get the great Steve McCurry to shoot the models with their clothes on.

The 10 Best Photography Books

Steve McCurry: The Iconic Photographs brings together the most beautiful of Steve McCurry's photographs from around the world, including iconic images from Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe. 


Steve McCurry Appears on Good Day LA

Steve McCurry Untold: The Stories Behind the Photographs, contains photo series, essays, journals, and assignment letters from Time, National Geographic, and Newsweek. Each story is illustrated with never-before-seen notes, images and ephemera collected by McCurry over thirty years.

Hamdan International Photography Award presented by the Crown Prince of Dubai

Steve McCurry is the recipient of the Photography Appreciation Award for his "long-standing commitment to enhancing the art of photography".

Steve McCurry's Memories of Afghanistan

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

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.

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.

Steve McCurry: On Reading

Young or old, rich or poor, engaged in the sacred or the secular, people everywhere read. This homage to the beauty and seductiveness of reading brings together a collection of photographs taken by Steve McCurry over his nearly four decades of travel and is introduced by award-winning writer, Paul Theroux. McCurry's mesmerizing images of the universal human act of reading are an acknowledgement of - and a tribute to - the overwhelming power of the written word.

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