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

Magnificent Obsession: How Queen Victoria Influenced Photography

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Portrait, 1897

A new exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles explores the story of Queen Victoria as surprisingly and deeply intertwined with the birth of photography as a medium.

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Powerful Photos from the 2014 World Photography Awards Shortlist

Covering everything from an inside look at domestic abuse, to shots of the typhoon-hit Philippines, the shortlist for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards was narrowed down from a staggering 139,544 images submitted from 166 countries.

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The Collection of Frank Maresca—Courtesy of Ricco/Maresca Gallery
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The American Worker’s ID Badge as Art and a Sign of the Times

Critic Lyle Rexer writes for LightBox on a mesmerizing exhibition of some 250 vintage American employee ID badges imaginatively staged at the Ricco/Maresca Gallery revealing a distant world from our own.

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Marco Breuer—Yossi Milo Gallery, New York
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A New Exhibition Asks, What Is a Photograph, Anyway?

Lyle Rexer, author of ‘The Edge of Vision: the Rise of Abstraction in Photography,’ writes for LightBox about a new exhibition at ICP questioning the limits of what we’d consider a photograph.

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Gym class at School No 1 in the Chechen village of Serzhen-Yurt. The schoolgirls, all dressed in skirts with their heads wrapped in headscarves, say gym clothes violate Muslim dress code.
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Moving Walls 21: A Photo Exhibition That Fights the Good Fight

Launched in 1998, the Open Society Foundation’s annual Moving Walls exhibition aims to support photographers working on social, political and human-rights issues that can sometimes fall under the radar.

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Deutsches Filminstitut
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Still Life with Fassbinder: A Master Filmmaker, Frame by Frame

Though Rainer Werner Fassbinder began his career writing and directing stage plays, his films (all 40 of them) always exhibited a highly considered photographic sensibility.

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The People’s Republic Of Television: Portraits From 1980s China

A new book of found photographs from the 1980s show a Chinese woman’s strange relationship to an unlikely status symbol: her TV.

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Robert Capa’s Unpublished Color Photographs Debut at ICP

A new show at the International Center of Photography sheds light on some of Robert Capa’s rare color photographs.

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The Christmas Tree Bucket: Trent Parke's Family Album
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A Summertime Christmas Down Under: Trent Parke’s Family Photo Album

Parke’s latest book capture an ideal of Christmas somehow familiar and foreign — BBQ and sunburns and tinsel and pine trees.

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A Very Doggy Christmas: Mary Ellen Mark’s Legendary Canine Party

For those who don’t know Mary Ellen Mark personally, the notion of one of the world’s premier documentary photographers hosting a Christmas party for dogs might sound downright weird. But for the past decade, Mark has opened the doors of her New York City studio to throngs of canines.

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