The Magnum Square Print Sale with Aperture Is Back with “Crossings” Run

If you missed it last time, the Magnum Square Print Sale is back with more museum-quality prints by esteemed Magnum and Aperture photographers.

Looking for a new photography masterpiece to adorn your home or work space? Now’s your chance to get some museum-quality prints from the world’s most renowned photographers. Magnum and Aperture are once again having a Square Print Sale, featuring works from photography greats such as Robert Capa, Bruce Davidson, Alec Soth, Joel Meyerowitz, and Martin Parr. As with the previous Square Print Sales, this sale with the theme “Crossings” will only run for five days, so you have to be quick!

Here are some of the photos you can grab as prints from the “Crossings” Square Print Sale beginning today, October 29th:

Robert Capa / International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos

American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy France. June 6, 1944. © Robert  Capa / International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos

“The water was cold, and the beach still more than a hundred yards away. The bullets tore holes in  the water around me, and I made for the nearest steel obstacle. … It was still very early and very gray for good pictures,  but the gray water and the gray sky made the little men, dodging under the surrealistic designs of Hitler’s anti-invasion brain trust, very effective.” – Robert Capa, Slightly Out of Focus (1947)

Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos
Back seat of a car. From the series, “Brooklyn Gang.” New York City, USA. 1959. © Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos

“You’re looking at Lefty and his girlfriend, members of a Brooklyn gang who referred to themselves as ‘The Jokers,’ on a trip to Bear Mountain State Park. This photograph is not meant to be risqué. These were young, teenage kids who had a great deal of spirit, energy and love in lives that were reckless, unstable and oftentimes dangerous. In the words of Pauley, who was a friend of gang member Bengie, ‘We didn’t come from dysfunctional families, the whole neighborhood was dysfunctional.’

At the time, I thought it was a little strange to be photographing The Jokers on the way to a state park, a trip sponsored by the Youth Board. The gang was completely out of their element. No mean streets, not a worry on their minds, just time to explore themselves and their surroundings. They were free, and it was captivating.” – Bruce Davidson

Joel Meyerowitz / Aperture
New York City. 1965. © Joel Meyerowitz courtesy of Aperture

“A girl on a Vespa on her way to ‘who knows where,’ when the light stopped her at the 72nd street crossing near the Dakota, where John Lennon would one day cross paths with his fate. She takes this moment to finesse a fingernail before she resumes her downtown journey, while I, stopping at the same crossing, but on foot, leap into the street to capture this vision of a dream girl before time takes her on her way.” – Joel Meyerowitz

Alec Soth / Magnum Photos
Del Rio, Texas, USA. 2011. © Alec Soth / Magnum Photos

“‘A fissured, empty, almost lunar landscape–seen from a bird’s-eye view. The camera hovers over it.’ So begins Sam Shepard’s script for one of my all-time favorite films: Paris, Texas, by Wim Wenders. I thought of this scene often while photographing from the rooftop of an RV in the border town of Del Rio, Texas. I also thought of the opening lines of dialogue in Paris, Texas. ‘Do you know which side of the border you’re on?’ Looking at the otherworldly landscape from above, this question seems more metaphorical than geographic. The border I’m most interested in crossing is the one between ordinary life and dreams.” – Alec Soth

Martin Parr / Magnum Photos
Ferry between Helsinki and Stockholm. Finland. 1991. © Martin Parr / Magnum Photos

“In the early 80s, I was teaching in Helsinki and would often go to Stockholm for the weekend on the ferry. This would involve buying cheap alcohol and consuming it en route. The Finnish love a sauna, and this guy is popping out to catch the cool.” – Martin Parr

‘Crossings’ runs from Monday, 29 October 9 AM EST until midnight EST Friday, 2 November 2018 . Signed and estate stamped, museum quality, 6×6” prints from over 100 artists will exceptionally be available for $100, for five days only, from