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Discounts at Partner Institutions

Celebrate Magnum’s 70th Anniversary

Discover more. The Rubin Museum exhibition Henri Cartier-Bresson: India in Full Frame marks the 70th anniversary of Magnum Photos, founded by Henri Cartier-Bresson and other legendary photographers like Robert Capa and David Seymour. Celebrate and learn about Magnum by visiting one of the Rubin’s partner institutions throughout the duration of the exhibition.

International Center of Photography

Partnership from April 21 ““ September 4, 2017

Magnum Manifesto, on view May 26 through September 3, is a contemporary look at the legendary cooperative Magnum Photos on its 70th anniversary.

Get $7 admission tickets when you visit both institutions

Bring a regular-priced admission ticket from either the Rubin Museum or ICP Museum (purchased on or after 4/21) to the other institution for a $7 admission ticket.

Rubin Museum and ICP members can show their member card to receive a $7 ticket at both institutions.

Please note: the ICP Museum will be closed from May 8 through May 25 for the installation of Magnum Manifesto.

Share member benefits in Cafés and shops

Are you a Rubin member? You’ll receive 10% off in the ICP Museum shop and Café.

Are you an ICP member? You’ll receive 10% off in the Rubin Café and shop.

Members must show their membership card to receive discounts.

Not a member yet? Learn more about joining the Rubin today!

Museum of Modern Art”“Magnum 70th Anniversary Film Partnership

Partnership begins May 12

Share member discounts on films

MoMA members can purchase $5 Cabaret Cinema: Henri Cartier-Bresson film tickets. Use code online or show your membership card in person to receive the discount.

Rubin members can purchase $8 tickets to the MoMA Magnum film series. Show your membership card in person to receive the discount.

Not a member yet? Learn more about joining the Rubin today!

Questions about these discounts? Contact us.


Image Credit
Young Teddy Boys in Southend, England, 1976© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos
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