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Reflections on Steve McCurry, by Terence White, from "Steve McCurry: A Life In Pictures"

Steve is now well-known as the photographer who made the famous portrait of the green-eyed Afghan refugee girl in the red shawl, an image any photographer would be proud to call their own, but he never rested on his laurels.



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Reflections on Steve McCurry, by Denis Delestrac, from "Steve McCurry: A Life in Pictures"

"Life is short," he repeats like a mantra, and there is no time to devote to characterless people or situations. This may be why Steve McCurry, contrary to his photography, never stays still. On the field, he is not a gentle, patient spectator of life unfolding.



Steve McCurry: Animals

December 16 - March 31, 2019

Mudec - Photo
Museo Delle Culture
Via Tortona 56
Milano, Italy

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40 Years of Remarkable Photos

Interview with Feature Shoot about Steve's career and his new book, Steve McCurry: A Life in Pictures.

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New Blog: Portraits

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"In his portraits, I see the clearest reflection of Steve's most dearly held value: respect."

Bonnie McCurry

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From 'Afghan Girl' to Ground Zero, the World Through Steve McCurry's Lens

Interview with The Daily Beast about Steve's new book, Steve McCurry: A Life in Pictures

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