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*** BESTPIX *** Rwanda Prepares For 20th Commemoration Of 1994 Genocide
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Pictures of the Week: April 4 — April 11

From the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide to the world’s largest elections in India, to UConn’s NCAA victory and millions of tulips in bloom in Amsterdam, TIME presents the best pictures of the week

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#LightBoxFF: Q. Sakamaki’s Surreal Snapshots

Redux photographer Q. Sakamaki has covered protests, riots, and disasters, but his Instagram feed is full of gracefully composed moments of serenity.

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Ruth Snyder
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The First Photograph of an Execution by Electric Chair

With Tennessee Senators voting to reinstate the electric chair to execute capital inmates, TIME looks at the first known photograph of this controversial form of capital punishment.

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Miranda Lichtenstein
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Beautiful Lies at Giverny: Vibrant Polaroids by Miranda Lichtenstein

At first glance, Miranda Lichtenstein’s Polaroids may seem to be simply vibrant, pastel-infused studies of flowers. But look a little closer, and they get just a little less bright – and even more interesting.

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Petzval Lens
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Golden Oldie: The Legendary Brass Petzval Lens Returns, Re-Imagined

In a modern photographic landscape where aesthetic sensibilities are dominated by Instagram filters that create "instant art," one company has decided to bring things all the way back to 1840.

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Nan Goldin, Eden and After, Phaidon
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Nan Goldin Illuminates the Short-Lived Magic of Childhood

Nan Goldin's latest book Eden and After might feel softer around the edges than her previous projects, but at its core is a sincere and complicated ode to the end of innocence.

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Gareth McConnell
Out There

Radical Freedom: Gareth McConnell, From Belfast to Ibiza

Northern Irish photographer Gareth McConnell's experimental images infuse representations of civil liberties and political unrest with rave culture and mass communication

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In Pakistan, Giant Portrait Puts Face on Drone Strikes

A group of artists in north-west Pakistan have installed a huge skyward-facing poster of a young child in a field, to help raise awareness of the numerous victims of drone attacks in the region.

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Kadir Van Lohuizen—NOOR
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PJL: April 2014 (Part 1)

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the most interesting photojournalism and documentary from across the web.

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Fifth grade student at the Enrique Villuendas Primary School, Erika Kina, poses in her princess costume in Havana
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Pictures of the Week: March 28 — April 4

From the shootings at Fort Hood to the Afghan elections, to Queen Elizabeth's visit with Pope Francis and a camera savvy koala bear, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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