Steve McCurry’s iconic images have made him one of the world’s most popular photographers. In the finest documentary tradition, Steve McCurry Untold includes previously unpublished ephemera from McCurry’s personal archive, including beautifully reproduced snapshots from assignments, notes, journals, portraits, maps and more. A unique insight into photojournalism, the stories behind the photographs are told in newly commissioned texts
Steve McCurry (b.1950) launched his career as a photojournalist when, disguised in native garb, he crossed the Pakistan border into Afghanistan thirty years ago. His remarkable coverage won him the Robert Capa Gold Medal, which is awarded to photographers who exhibit exceptional courage and enterprise. A recipient of an unprecedented four World Press Photo first prizes in a single year, many of McCurry's images have since become modern icons. Famous for his work across Southeast Asia, McCurry’s photographs are beautiful, uplifting and affecting. McCurry is a regular contributor to many international journals including National Geographic magazine. He is a member of Magnum Photos.
An engrossing new book about his career, "Steve McCurry Untold: The Stories Behind the Photographs" contains photo series, essays, journals, and assignment letters.--Newsweek/The Daily Beast