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Shining a Light on the Plight of Europe’s Migrants, From Rome to Brussels

2012. Patras. Greece. A group of adolescents trying to illegally board trucks going to Italy.A group of Afghan boys aged 14 to 18 years, on a traffic island. Every day, these kids try to illegally board trucks going towards Italy. One of the most common ways of illegally leaving Greece which is attempted is the illegal boarding of goods trucks which will subsequently be loaded onto cargo ships for Italy. Over the years, many young people have lost their lives attempting this, while others have been stopped by the police. Only a very small percentage manages to succeed in this desperate attempt. Patras is one of the main escape points from Greece, due to the numerous cargo ships that dock in the port and are bound for Italy. It is therefore one of the points where it is possible to attempt to escape from Greece.

Trucks have become symbols of hope for many migrants in search of better lives in Western Europe, says photographer Alessandro Penso, who has taken to Europe's roads in a bid to raise awareness on immigration issues

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Alejandro Kirchuck
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TIME’s #TeamPhotogs World Cup Roundup

TIME looks at a selection of work posted to Instagram over the past two weeks by #teamphotogs, a team of 11 photographers from around the world using Instagram to document this year’s biggest sporting event.

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Henry Leutwyler
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Losing Neverland: An Unusual Portrait of Michael Jackson

On the fifth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, TIME looks at Henry Leutwyler’s photographs of some of the pop singer’s most iconic memorabilia.

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Alex Webb
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‘Memory City’: A Eulogy for Rochester, Kodak’s Company Town

Rochester will forever be known as the home of Eastman Kodak but, as the legendary photography company fights to remain relevant in a digital world, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb take a trip down memory lane

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Bertien van Manen
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30 Years in Appalachia: Moving Beyond the Hillbilly Clichés

In 1985, fascinated by stories of women working in mines in Appalachia, Bertien van Manen embedded herself with families in the region. What emerged was an epic, intergenerational photography project spanning nearly 30 years.

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Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari—TOILETPAPER
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Pop and Power: Maurizio Cattelan on Revolutionary 1960s Design

A playful new book by artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaulo Ferrari focuses on 1968, a year of rebellion in the worlds of architecture and design.

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Christopher Morris—VII for TIME
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The Photo That Made Me: Christopher Morris, Panama 1989

A new series in which TIME LightBox talks to renowned photographers about the one photograph they made that they believe jump-started their career, garnered them international attention, or simply sparked an interest in photography.

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Mike Osborne
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America Dreaming: Mike Osborne’s Desert Landscapes

At first glance, Mike Osborne’s book, Floating Island (Daylight Books, June 2014), appears to unearth life in the American desert. But its true focus might be what the desert unearths about America.

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Danielle Levitt
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Farewell, Fabulous Palm Springs Follies

After a 22-year run, the Fabulous Palm Springs’ Follies — one of the longest running dance and musical review shows in the United States — played its last ever show May 18.

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Artist, Andres Serrano's photographic installation, Residents of New York, at the West 4th Street subway  station in New York City.
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Homeless in New York: A Public Art Project Goes Underground

Photographer Andres Serrano takes to the streets and takes over a New York City subway station with his confrontational portraits of the homeless.

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