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Liz Hingley
Photo Essay

Religion Road: Liz Hingley’s Under Gods

Crammed along a two-mile stretch on Soho Road are more than 30 religious buildings in a city that is home to more than 90 different nationalities.

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Courtesy Pierre Gonnord / Hasted Kraeutler, New York, and Galeria Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid
Out There

Pierre Gonnord’s Relatos

A new exhibition in New York features the photographer's extraordinary portraits of marginalized individuals.

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© Weegee. Courtesy International Center of Photography/Getty Images
Out There

Weegee’s Naked Hollywood

The photographer's images made in Southern California—many of which have never been shown—are brought together in a comprehensive and delightful exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

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Amr Abdallah Dalsh—Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, November 18–25

From renewed riots in Egypt and Saif al-Islam Gaddafi's capture to the pepper spray outrage at University of California-Davis and the Kabaddi World Cup, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Gillian Laub
Photo Essay

Thanksgiving Tradition: Gillian Laub’s Turkey Day

For as long as she can remember, Thanksgiving has been photographer Gillian Laub’s favorite holiday. Eleven years ago, she began photographing her family’s annual gatherings to document the growth and aging process she saw in family members. Now, she's added another chapter to the story — a fifth generation. Laub, with husband Tahl Raz, welcomed newborn Shiloh Isadora on November 16th, 2012, just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Suzanne Opton
Out There

Soldier Down: The Portraits of Suzanne Opton

It's difficult to make a new kind of portrait of a soldier in an age when they have been depicted in such iconic manner in the media. But in her new book Soldier/Many Wars, artist Suzanne Opton does so by staging slight performances in front of the camera.

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David Douglas Duncan / TIME & LIFE Pictures
Photo Essay

David Douglas Duncan: A LIFE Magazine War Photographer Looks Back

On the magazine's 75th anniversary, TIME speaks to one of LIFE's most well-known photojournalists.

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José Pedro Cortes
Photo Essay

Made in Mali: Pictures of the Dogon People

Influenced by Jean Rouch, Portuguese photographer José Pedro Cortes traveled to Mali to shoot the series Moi, Un Blanc.

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Colin Delfosse
Photo Essay

Rumble in the Jungle II: Congolese Wrestling

Influenced by broadcasts of American wrestling in the 1970s, the Congolese have brought their own spin—parades, voo-doo and body paint—to the sport.

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Wayne Tilcock—The Enterprise/AP
Man on the Wire

The Prevalence of Pepper Spray in Protests

Nothing disperses a crowd like a shot of chili pepper to the eye. A number of incidents have called attention to the liberal usage of the spray against protesters appearing both defenseless and peaceful.

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