Reda's 150° Anniversary will be celebrated with a series of exclusive events (Milan,London, New York, Berlin) dedicated to Medias and Trade within renowned locations, where a collection of high-impact Magnum Photos images describing REDA's world will be presented through interactive installations, mixing state of the art photography and technology. An exhibition path divided into three main stages: raw material / yarn / fabric. Each stage will tell the Reda story with a different approach, showcasing the relevant Magnum images.
Before he graduated, in 1991, Alex Majoli joined Grazia Neri Agency and traveled to Yugoslavia to document the conflict. After becoming a member of Magnum Photos in 2001, Majoli covered the fall of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and two years later the invasion of Iraq. in 2007 he traveled to the dangerous tribal areas of Pakistan to cover the turmoil there, and covered the devastating short war in Georgia in 2008. He recently completed and exhibited the piece "Libera Me", a work reflected in a book trilogy and installation.
In 1978 Pinkhassov joined the Moscow Union of Graphic Arts and obtained the status of an independent artist. His work was noticed by the prominent Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, who invited Pinkhassov to the set to make a reportage about his film 'Stalker' (1979). He joined Magnum Photos in 1988. He works regulary for the international press, particularly for Geo, Actuel and the New York Times Magazine. His book, Sightwalk, explores individual details, through reflections or particular kinds of light.
Mark Power's work has been seen in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the world and is in several public and private collections. He has published several books, including: 'The Shipping Forecast' (1996), 'Superstructure' (2000), 'The Treasury Project' (2002), '26 Different Endings' (2007), 'The Sound of Two Songs' (2010), 'Mass' (2013) and 'Die Mauer ist Weg!' (2014).Power joined Magnum Photos in 2002. He is also Professor of Photography at the University of Brighton, where he's been teaching part-time for over twenty years.
Olivia began working as a photographer in 2003.In 2006 she left for Italy to take up a one-year residency with Fabrica, during which she began working on a series about women and the East-West cultural divide. This work has taken her to the border between Europe and Asia, Iran and Saudi Arabia. She has recieved support from the Inge Morath Award, the National Media Museum, OjodePez-PhotoEspana Award for Human Values. In 2010 she co-founded Fishbar, a space for photography in London with Philipp Ebeling.
Paolo Pellegrin studied architecture at L'Università la Sapienza, Italy before studying photography at l'istituto Italiano di Fotografia, in Rome. In 2005 he became a Magnum Photographer. He was a contract photographer for Newsweek for ten years. Pellegrin is winner of many awards, including ten World Press Photo awards and numerous Photographer of the Year awards, a Leica Medal of Excellence, an Olivier Rebbot Award, the Hansel-Meith Preis, and the Robert Capa Gold Medal Award. In 2006, he was assigned the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography.