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Lightbox February 1, 2012
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Pictures of the Week, January 27 – February 3

From deadly clashes in Syria and Egypt, to the first anniversary of the Tahrir square uprising and the walk-up to this year's Super Bowl, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Out There

One Shot Teenie: A Retrospective of Charles Harris

An exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh pays tribute to the photographer nicknamed “One Shot" for his ability to capture his subjects on the first take.

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Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images
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Distorted Smile: Weegee’s Mona Lisa

In the late 1950s, Weegee turned his surrealist lens on the classical world's most famous painting, Leonardo Da Vinici's Mona Lisa.

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Matt Wisniewski
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Dreamscapes: Matt Wisniewski’s Digital Collages

Matt Wisniewski's photo collages combine vintage and contemporary photography to make beautiful and surreal portraits.

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Gregg Segal for TIME
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The Founding Fathers of Video Games

The mad geniuses behind many of the most iconic video games of the 70s and 80s are reuniting to rethink and maybe even reinvent video gaming.

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Ricardo Cases for TIME
Photo Essay

A Sunshine State of Mind for the Florida Primary

Spanish photographer Ricardo Cases embarked on a week-long road trip shooting the Florida primary for TIME (along with everything else in his path). It was his first encounter with American politics.

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Sebastian Liste/Reportage by Getty Images
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Exclusive: Magnum Emergency Fund Announces 2012 Grantees

The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund has made an early announcement to LightBox disclosing the winners of its 2012 grants.

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Reed Young
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Brownsville: Inside One of Brooklyn’s Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

Located in east Brooklyn, Brownsville has long been one of New York City’s most dangerous neighborhoods. Photographer Reed Young documents the various community members, from gang members to a UPS driver who has to deliver packages with a police officer because he was held up at gunpoint.

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Prakash Mathema—AFP/Getty Images
Man on the Wire

Silhouettes in the News

More than 200 years ago, the silhouette was the foremost way to document one's appearance, but it's still widely used in photographic frames today. From capturing the Costa Concordia to presidential primaries and pilgrims, LightBox looks at the use of silhouettes on the wires this month.

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Rebecca Blackwell—AP Photo
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Pictures of the Week, January 20 – January 27

From the State of the Union and the Year of the Dragon to ballot boxes and backstage fashion, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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