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Out There

World Press Photo Multimedia Awards Announced

The winners of this year's World Press Photo Multimedia Awards include an in depth look at national protests in Turkey and train surfing in South Africa.

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George Steinmetz

PJL: March 2014 (Part 2)

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

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APTOPIX India Holi Festival

Pictures of the Week: March 14 – March 21

From the ongoing search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 to the succession of Crimea to Russia, to the celebration of colors for Holi in India and twin polar bear cubs in Germany, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Scott salutes the flag after exiting the LEM and beginning his and Irwin's third trek of their lunar stay. Angled sunlight washes through the red, white and blue.

Moon Camera for Sale (The Pictures are Free)

The very ordinariness of some of the pictures from astronaut Jim Erwin's purpose-built Hasselblad 500 EL camera, one of only 14 Hasselblads which ever flew to the moon, makes them seem both real and otherworldly

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Out There

Donigan Cumming’s Photography of the Absurd

"Books on Books 19" by Errata Editions revisits Donigan Cumming's baffling, provocative, hilarious and rarely seen 1991 monograph, "The Stage."

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The Backstory

The First Photograph of the Sun

In 1845, five years after Dr. J. W. Draper captured the first photograph of the full moon, French physicists Leon Foucault and Louis Fizeau made the first successful photograph of the sun

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Thomas Prior
In Progress

Valley of Ashes: Thomas Prior’s Photos of Willets Point, Queens

Willets Point, Queens may be part of New York City, but it looks like a totally different world.

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ROJAVA: a new born country
Photo Essay

Rojava, Syria: Fabio Bucciarelli in the Land of the Kurds

Photographer Fabio Bucciarelli spent three-weeks in Kurdistan in October 2013, just days before Iraq closed its border with Syria. He spent most of his time in a Syrian section called Rojava, which two million Kurds call home and where a de facto Kurdish government was established just one month afterward.

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The national guard disperses water cannons on anti-government protesters during a protest at Altamira square in Caracas

Pictures of the Week: March 7 – March 14

From the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 and a deadly explosion in New York, to a feline beauty show in Romania and high heeled, pole dancing robots in Germany, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Hassan Hajjaj
Out There

Shining a Spotlight on Arab Artists, Fotofest Biennial Opens in Houston

The nation’s longest-running festival of international photography and multimedia art provides a counterpoint to many of the contemporary art fairs underway around the country by bringing into focus the long overlooked work of art photographers from the Arab world.

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