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Muhammed Muheisen—AP
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The Best Pictures of the Week, September 16 – September 23

This week; floods in Pakistan, an Indian earthquake, Palestine's statehood bid, a Reno air show plane crash, anti-Gaddafi fighters in Libya. A man sets himself on fire in front of a bank in Greece, Afghanistan maternal mortality, gay pride and protests in Brazil, nude Israeli's in the Dead Sea, the Chinese Traditional Games for Ethnic Nationalities, and an extraordinary Rose in bloom.

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Finlay MacKay
In Progress

London 2012: Eating Their Wheaties

MacKay is one of a handful of lensmen commissioned by London’s National Portrait Gallery to work on Road to 2012, a three-year project that aims to highlight the journey to next summer's Olympic Games. The exhibition showcases both the athletes and behind-the-scenes players who are working to make the event a success.

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Natan Dvir / Polaris Images
Photo Essay

A Middle Eastern Turning Point

Natan Dvir's Eighteen documents what it means to grow into adulthood in some of the most politically-charged and challenging circumstances possible.

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Erik Tanner for TIME
Out There

Exhibition: Marco Grob Looks Beyond 9/11 With ‘Portraits of Resilience’

New York's Milk Gallery will feature the photographer's portrait series, first published in TIME, now through Oct. 7.

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Kosuke Okahara
Out There

Pictures of Transnistria: An Unrecognized State Caught Between Past and Present

Located between the Dniester River and the eastern border of Ukraine, Transnistria is an unrecognized state of approximately a half million people. Photographer Kosuke Okahara documents a community slowly disappearing, caught between nations.

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Courtesy Peter Funch and V1 Gallery
Out There

Composite Characters: Peter Funch’s Fictionalized New York

A new exhibition at V1 Gallery showcases the photographer's imaginative images of New York.

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Juliana Sohn
In Progress

Juliana Sohn’s ‘Sleep Portraits': Finding Balance as Mother and Photographer

Juliana Sohn writes for TIME about her series Sleep Portraits, which documents her sons’ childhood and growth in a way that was satisfying for her as a mom and a photographer.

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Newark Tout
Photo Essay

College Bound: Teacher-Turned-Photographer Returns to Document School’s Success

The North Star Academy in Newark, New Jersey, so firmly preaches the inspirational catchphrase "follow your dreams" to its students that even the teachers find it infectious. One teacher, Allison Payne, found the message so compelling that she was inspired to leave education to pursue her long-held dream of being a photographer.

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Kate Brooks
Photo Essay

In the Light of Darkness: A Photographer’s Journey After 9/11

Following the attacks on 9/11, Kate Brooks, at the age of 23, moved to Pakistan and began documenting the region—photographing wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon; daily life in Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen; and the historic revolutions in Egypt and Libya. Her ten-year odyssey is chronicled in the new book, In the Light of Darkness: A Photographer's Journey After 9/11.

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Moises Saman—Redux/The New York Times
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The Best Pictures of the Week, September 9 – September 16

This week; A man visits the graveside of his son—killed by Gaddafi loyalists—in Tripoli, three thousand flags commemorate the 10 year anniversary of 9/11, a plane flies through the "Tribute in Lights" in lower Manhattan. gas pipeline explosion in Nairobi, gunmen open fire on a school bus in Pakistan, Israeli embassy attack in Cairo, Brazilian forest fires, Damien Hirst's sculpture Legend, New York fashion week, Novak Djokovic wins the U.S. Open, and the painted "Tiger Men" of India's "Pulikali" Tiger Dance festival.

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