This year’s Magnum Square Print Sale has opened and will run until 12 April, offering more than 100 images for sale to collectors.

Titled ‘Turning Points’, this sale represents the first collaboration between Magnum Photos – the world’s longest- running photographic and artistic co-operative – and The Everyday Projects, a global network that began as Everyday Africa in 2012. Everyday Africa set out to challenge the media- driven stereotypes that affect the continent by featuring images of everyday life made by a community of contributing photographers that live or work extensively on the continent. The viral success of this first iteration of the project led to an expanding international movement with like-minded storytellers worldwide creating their own @Everyday feeds on Instagram, using photography to combat cliché, promote local norms, and celebrate global commonalities.

The sale brings together a selection of more than 100 images by international visual artists, signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality 6×6-inch prints which will be sold for US$100 each. The participating photographers looked over their personal archives in search of images relating to, or capturing events that changed the course of history, society, a life, or a practice. During the period of the Square Print Sale in collaboration with The Everyday Projects, Magnum will be donating a percentage of proceeds to Médecins Sans Frontières’s COVID-19 emergency response. Click here to visit the Magnum Shop