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Christopher Churchill
Out There

Christopher Churchill on American Faith

In 2004, Christopher Churchill began a personal journey with his old 8x10 camera, driving thousands of miles across the country to photograph an America that felt divided and caught in the middle of a cultural tension.

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Chien-Chi Chang—Magnum
Out There

The Singular Approach: Chien-Chi Chang’s Contact Sheet Chronicle

Magnum Contacts published this month by Thames and Hudson includes a project that approaches the contact sheet from a different premise in its relationship to time, space and traditional sequence narrative.

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Tiana Markova-Gold
In Progress

If You Smoke Cigarettes in Public: Prostitution in Morocco

The winners of the 20th Lange-Taylor prize, photographer Tiana Markova-Gold and writer Sarah Dohrmann, share an exclusive sneak peek of their project on sex workers in the nation.

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Courtesy of James Casebere and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
Out There

Deconstructing Constructions: James Casebere’s Works 1975-2010

A new book chronicles highlights from the American artist's 35-year career.

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Holly W. Ross Postcard Collection
Out There

Portraits of Power: African Kings in an Age of Empire

Tucked away in the MET's acclaimed sculpture show is a series of exquisite early 20th century photographic portraits of West and Central African dignitaries.

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Lindsay McCrum
Photo Essay

Chicks With Guns

Lindsay McCrum's new book is a playful yet perturbing visual essay on the statistic that some 20 million women in America own guns.

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Gurinder Osam—AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, November 4 – November 11

From ‘Id al Adha celebrations and flying rhinos to Alaska’s epic storm and Obama’s visit with school children, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
Photo Essay

The Art of War: Honoring the Fallen for a Lifetime

Fresh from the front lines in the war on terror, returning troops often turn to body tattoos to deal with the jarring transition back to civilian life.

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Condition ONE
Toolbox

A New Way to Photograph War: Condition ONE Launches Today

Danfung Dennis introduces Condition ONE, an app that could change the way photographers capture, and viewers experience, war.

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© Denis Dailleux courtesy Camera Obscura, Paris
Out There

Paris Photo 2011 Spotlights Sub-Saharan Africa

With its grand new setting in the Grand Palais, nearly 120 exhibiting galleries, and tens of thousands of expected visitors, the annual event has secured its place as the n’est plus ultra of photography fairs.

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