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Sumit Dayal for TIME
Photo Essay

The New Tibetans

Sumit Dayal photographs members of the exiled Tibetan community in the Indian hill station of Dharamsala.

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Richard Renaldi
In Progress

The Science of Awkward: Human Interaction in America

In his ongoing series Touching Strangers, Richard Renaldi explores relationships between people through dynamic group portraiture.

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Courtesy of Aperture Books
Profile

Inside the Mind of a Master Photo Editor

As Aperture releases a new book that chronicles the New York Times Magazine’s iconic images over the last three decades, Kira Pollack reflects on the vision and influence of its longtime photo editor, Kathy Ryan.

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Stefan Bladh
Photo Essay

A Family Revisited

Nine years after he first met the Kaplans, Swedish photographer Stefan Bladh returned to Istanbul to show them his photo book, which documents their lives and hardships.

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Robert Nickelsberg
Photo Essay

A Long and Distant War: Photos from Afghanistan, 1988-2009

Thirteen years after the start of the war in Afghanistan, a look at photographer Robert Nickelsberg's intense images of the decade-long conflict, published in a new monograph from Prestel.

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Osman Orsal–REUTERS
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, September 23 – September 30

From an inspection of the Washington Monument and a former Afghan president's funeral to a building collapse in New Delhi and continued fighting in Libya, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Kenneth Jarecke—Contact Press Images
Out There

Game Time: Nebraska’s Farewell to the Big 12

As the Cornhuskers play their first Big Ten conference game Saturday, a new book by Kenneth Jarecke chronicles the team's 2010 season.

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Josef Koudelka—Magnum
Out There

Josef Koudelka’s Gypsies, Revisited

As Aperture releases a new version of the photographer’s seminal book in October, photographer, writer and editor Jeffrey Ladd explains that rarely has a body of work been so deserving of two completely different editions.

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Julius Shulman, © J. Paul Getty Trust. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute
Out There

Julius Shulman: Photography’s Master of Mid-Century Modern

The photographer's images of homes by some of southern California’s leading architects are on display at Craig Krull Gallery as part of a region-wide festival, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980.

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Gordon Parks
Uncategorized

Fields of Vision: The Early Work of Gordon Parks

A new book by the Library of Congress showcases images taken by the photographer during an internship with the a government agency.

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