Clear your walls: Magnum Photos is having a $100 flash sale

If you’ve always dreamed of being an art collector but have never had the funds, you’re in good company. It’s a luxury only few can afford.

But, for a limited time only, you too can relish in dreams of the high life with this photo sale brought to you by Magnum Photos.

Aretha Franklin at the Lincoln Memorial. Washington D.C., USA. January 17, 1993 © Eli Reed/ Magnum Photos

Take advantage of Magnum x Aperture’s massive sale by purchasing a print or two before it’s too late and they’re expensive again.

Magnum has teamed up with Aperture to create an insanely reduced print sale, featuring works from the likes of Stephen Shore, Nan Goldin, Tyler Mitchell and Alex Webb. The team has curated the sale to run with the theme crossings, to “explore perspectives of transition and transformation in photography”.

Of the sale, Magnum Photos said:

“The project will create an unprecedented visual dialogue, spanning depictions of physical crossings from one side to another – a road, a river, a border, an ocean, as the personal crossing that manifests in growth, revolt, mutation, and self-realization, the voyages of the mind that have the power to spark change and transformation.”

Here are some of the prints featured in the sale collection:

Untitled (Twins), Brooklyn, USA, 2016© Tyler Mitchell Studios courtesy Aperture
New York City, 1965© Joel Meyerowitz courtesy Aperture
Tijuana, Mexico, 1995© Alex Webb / Magnum Photos
A newly arrived immigrant eats noodles on a fire escape, New York City, USA, 1998© Chien-Chi Chang / Magnum Photos

You better be quick! The sale ends this Friday – check it out here.

Via High Snobiety.