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Adam Dean—Panos for TIME
Photo Essay

When Buddhists Go Bad: Photographs by Adam Dean

Buddhism is known for its pacifism and tolerance. But in several Asian nations, monks are inciting bigotry and violence—mostly against Muslims. Photographer Adam Dean traveled with TIME's Hannah Beech to document the growing friction in Thailand and Burma.

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Iranian elections
Photo Essay

A Nation Eager to Be Heard: Iran by Newsha Tavakolian

Based in Tehran, photographer Newsha Tavakolian spent a week on assignment for TIME documenting the run-up to Iran's elections.

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Have a Nice Day, Ocala, FL, 2012, from the project, 'Florida: Eden Isle'.
Photo Essay

The Myth and Mystery of the Sunshine State

Florida isn't like other places. In fact, in some ways, Florida isn't even like Florida. The work of David Walter Banks illustrates much of the Floridian myth, deepening the mystery of the Sunshine State's singularly odd appeal.

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Elaine Mayes Autolandscape, Utah 1971
Profile

Autolandscapes of the American Road

Elaine Mayes might well be the most accomplished photographer and photography educator that many passionate photography aficionados have never heard of. This summer, her project Autolandscapes will be shown at the Smithsonian's American Art Museum.

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Zhang Yaxin—Courtesy See+ Gallery, Beijing, and Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto
Profile

Zhang Yaxin: Photographing Chairman Mao’s Model Operas

In 1967, Zhang Yaxin was 34 and working as a photojournalist at China’s state-controlled Xinhua News Agency when he was assigned to a top-secret government project: to be the official photographer of a new arts program led by Chairman Mao and his wife.

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Rena Effendi / INSTITUTE for National Geopgraphic
PHOTOJOURNALISMLINKS

PJL: June 2013 (Part 2)

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the best photojournalism around the web from the past two weeks.

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David Magnusson
Photo Essay

Happy Father’s Day: Portraits from America’s Purity Balls

The subjects of photographer David Magnusson’s series are participants in Purity Balls, an American phenomenon in which girls promise to remain virgins until marriage and their fathers pledge to help them do so.

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Demonstration in Istanbul
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: June 7 – June 14

From ceremonies marking the six-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre and continued unrest in Turkey to the recovery of a rare World War II German bomber from the sea and the newly renovated Nelson Mandela Center in South Africa, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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© Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos NICARAGUA. Managua. 1979. Street fighter.
Out There

A Glance at the 2013 LOOK3 Photo Festival

A weekend of "peace, love and photography," the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph highlights work by Gregory Crewdson, Susan Meiselas, Richard Misrach, Michael Nichols, Josef Koudelka, Carrie Mae Weems and many others.

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Lars Tunbjörk—Agence Vu for TIME
Photo Essay

Cremation: The New American Way of Death

For our feature on the increasing popularity of cremation around the country, TIME sent photographer Lars Tunbjörk deep into the American heartland to chronicle the goings-on at three separate crematories.

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