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The latest news on exhibits, books, and innovative uses of images shaping our visual culture.

To See the World: Marc Riboud’s Eye of the Traveler

© Marc Riboud, courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery

In 1955, photographer Marc Riboud set out in an old Jeep to see the world. 58 years later, a show of his work at the Peter Fetterman Gallery demonstrates just how the traveler's eye remains as vibrant as ever.

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Alfred Stieglitz—Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery
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The Unphotographable at Fraenkel

Emotions. Thoughts. Feelings. How can we photograph the unphotographable? A new show at San Francisco’s Fraenkel Gallery tries to find out.

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Jon Tonks—Reportage by Getty Images
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Forgotten Spaces: Jon Tonks’ Search for Empire

British Photographer Jon Tonks has traveled more than 50,000 miles, requiring more than 20 flights and three-plus weeks at sea, to document the last vestiges of the British Empire.

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Leonard Freed—Magnum
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This is the Day: The 1963 March on Washington

To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington this August, TIME presents a new book by the J. Paul Getty Museum featuring photographs of the historic rally by Magnum photographer Leonard Freed. LightBox asked Julian Bond, chairman emeritus of the NAACP, to share his memories of the march.

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Sam Abell / Courtesy Radius Books
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The Sam Abell Library: 40 Years of Life and Still Life

A new 16-volume collection presents 40 years of the National Geographic photographer’s understated, mostly unpublished color documentary work. Sam Abell photographs places—Newfoundland, Hagi, Japan and Northern Australia—for the first set of four books due out this winter.

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Giulio Piscitelli
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Exclusive: Magnum Emergency Fund Announces 2013 Grantees

The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund announces the recipients of its 2013 grants, supporting 10 photographers as they document under-reported stories around the world.

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David Seymour—Magnum
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A Second Look: Chim’s Children of War

In 1948, Magnum photographer David Seymour was given a mission by the newly founded UNICEF: report on the fate of the 13 million children across Europe who have been left homeless and/or in dire need by the Second World War. ‘Children of War’, a new book by Umbrage Edition, highlights his incredible photographs of European children taken in the aftermath of the war.

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Girl in plaid dress, Mukacevo, Ukraine ca. 1935–38.
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‘Roman Vishniac Rediscovered': A Great Photographer’s Lost World Revealed

A new show at the International Center of Photography in New York rediscovers the work of Russian-born photographer Roman Vishniac.

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Nadav Kander
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Renaissance Man: Nadav Kander Rediscovers the Nude

Photographer Nadav Kander’s new show, Bodies: 6 Women, 1 Man, marries a sensitivity for powerful portraiture with an artistic appreciation for Renaissance-style art.

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Daniel Naudé
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Lurking in Liberty: A Photographer’s Journey into the Human and Animal World

Photographer Daniel Naudé has spent the last six years chasing wild dogs across his native South Africa in an effort to understand the relationship between human and animal, and why we never quite know which one we are.

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