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

Baby Henry Flies Again

Cape Flight

One year ago, LightBox published Rachel Hulin’s series of whimsical photographs of her son, Henry, magically flying. Now, a new children's book captures all of his Henry's adventures.

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© The Man Ray Trust / ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London
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Rare Contact Prints from Man Ray’s Archive

A rare collection of darkroom contact prints from Man Ray’s archive will be on display — for the first time ever — in an exhibition slated to run from February 21st through March 28th at Atlas Gallery in London.

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Conflict and Costume
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Jim Naughten: Conflict and Costume in Namibia

Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been indefinitely shaped by their colonial experience.

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Zanele Muholi—Courtesy of the Artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery
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Saving Face: The Portraits of Zanele Muholi

On view at the Yancey Richardson gallery in New York, photographer Zanele Muholi’s work explores the identity of an often-maligned community in South Africa.

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LIBYA. Misurata. Tim's Last Photograph. April 20. 2011.
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“A Day Without News?”: Raising Awareness of the Perils of Reporting

The journalistic community is marking the anniversary of Marie Colvin and Rémi Ochlik’s deaths with “A Day Without News?” — a campaign to raise awareness of the hostile and dangerous conditions that many reporters and photographers work under around the world.

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© Saul Leiter—Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
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A Casual Conversation with Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter was an original — a spirited, self-effacing artist who followed his own vision. Earlier this year, TIME sat down for a friendly conversation with the painter and photographer at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.

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World Press Photo of the Year 2012. 20 November 2012, Gaza City, Palestinian Territories. Two-year-old Suhaib Hijazi and her three-year-old brother Muhammad were killed when their house was destroyed by an Israeli missile strike. Their father, Fouad, was also killed and their mother was put in intensive care. Fouad’s brothers carry his children to the mosque for the burial ceremony as his body is carried behind on a stretcher.
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2013 World Press Photo Awards Announced

Early this morning, the winners of the 56th annual World Press Photo Awards were announced in Amsterdam.

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© Marc Riboud, courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery
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To See the World: Marc Riboud’s Eye of the Traveler

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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