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Wire Photographer Spotlight: Daily Life by Muhammed Muheisen

Best of 2012 - News

Muhammed Muheisen's photographs are poignant visual reminders of how humanity awakens and lives out each day in Pakistan, Syria and Afghanistan. Here, TIME presents a selection of the Associated Press photographer's work from the past calendar year. Muheisen was part of the AP team awarded the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News photography from Syria.

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Erwin Olaf’s Berlin: Portraits of a New World

A new show at Hasted Kraeutler in New York highlights Erwin Olaf’s series ‘Berlin’, an examination of the time when the sociopolitical structures that defined the 20th century are being turned on their head.

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Peter Hujar Archive—Courtesy Pace/MacGill Gallery
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A Profound Beauty: Peter Hujar’s Timeless Portraits

Peter Hujar’s work might be firmly rooted in time and place — the New York of the 1970s and 1980s — but it nonetheless has a timeless quality that goes beyond both. A new exhibition currently running at Pace/MacGill Gallery curates Hujar’s work in such a way as to allow certain joys to emerge from the work.

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Dietmar Busse
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Dietmar Busse: Fauna and Flora

It’s rare to encounter a body of work as wholly original as Dietmar Busse’s extraordinary series, Fauna and Flora. An amalgamation of photography and painting, the pieces in the series manifest a beauty that occasionally veers into dark, dreamlike realms.

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Jonathan Olley
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Real Photographer, Fake War: Jonathan Olley and Zero Dark Thirty

Many Americans have likely seen Jonathan Olley’s photographs, even if they don’t know him by name. Olley, the stills photographer behind Zero Dark Thirty and The Hurt Locker, was previously a war photographer documenting conflict in the former Yugoslavia.

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The Past Comes Alive: History in High-Definition

There’s always something interesting about history—it’s often just a matter of knowing where to find it. Shorpy.com highlights the noteworthy negatives of the Library of Congress in high-definition.

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Recording Modernism: The Work of Ezra Stoller

If modernism sought to give us Le Corbusier’s “machine for living in,” photographer Ezra Stoller, who died in 2004, used the camera as a machine for living through. A new book by Yale University Press, ‘Ezra Stoller, Photographer’, highlights some of the master’s best photography.

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Imaginary Universe: Richard Kolker’s Computer Generated Images

The artist’s pictures of still lifes, interiors and landscapes are rendered with such precision and clarity that they appear like true, documentary shots.

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Pete Souza’s Portrait of a Presidency

In a TIME exclusive, Chief White House photographer Pete Souza offers his personal edit and recollections on President Obama’s first term.

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Dan Winters
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Dan Winters in a Thousand Words: An Ode to a Friend by Nick Offerman

Photographer Dan Winters’ retrospective show, ‘America: Icons and Ingenuity’, opens Sept. 14 at the Jepson Center in Savannah, Ga. Here, Nick Offerman writes for LightBox about Winters’ extraordinary passion and dedication to his interests.

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