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Bill Brandt—Bill Brandt Archive Ltd./MoMA
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Let There Be Dark: Bill Brandt’s Shadow and Light

At “Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light,” the voluptuous retrospective organized by curator Sarah Hermanson Meister at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, one finds out just how powerful a force 'black' can be.

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Forward Operating Base Shank, the logistical hub for American operations in Logar Province Afghanistan January 27 2013Hundreds of containers full of equipment are stacked in the yards of Forward Operating Base Shank, the logistical hub for American operations in Logar Province. Since July 2012, soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade have been working to ship containers off of the base, reducing the number from more than 8,000 to 5,000 in January 2013.
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America’s Long Withdrawal from Afghanistan: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev traveled to Afghanistan to document how the American military will bring the materials home from more than a decade of war.

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Peter Hujar Archive—Courtesy Pace/MacGill Gallery
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A Profound Beauty: Peter Hujar’s Timeless Portraits

Peter Hujar’s work might be firmly rooted in time and place — the New York of the 1970s and 1980s — but it nonetheless has a timeless quality that goes beyond both. A new exhibition currently running at Pace/MacGill Gallery curates Hujar's work in such a way as to allow certain joys to emerge from the work.

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Dietmar Busse
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Dietmar Busse: Fauna and Flora

It's rare to encounter a body of work as wholly original as Dietmar Busse's extraordinary series, Fauna and Flora. An amalgamation of photography and painting, the pieces in the series manifest a beauty that occasionally veers into dark, dreamlike realms.

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Housing adjacent to U.S. Steel plant, Birmingham, Alabama, 1972.
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Bellbottoms, Smog and Afros: Documerica Searches for the Seventies

A new exhibition at the National Archives looks into the Documerica Photo Project, an initiative spearheaded by the EPA in the 1970s to capture ordinary Americans in the midst of a transitory era.

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©Alfred Wertheimer
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Elvis in the Beginning: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer

No photographer would ever get as close to Elvis as Alfred Wertheimer. His intimate photographs of the young, rising star reveal a carefree and innocent time before he became a cultural icon. On the publication of Taschen's new book, Elvis and the Birth of Rock and Roll, TIME met with Wertheimer to reminisce about the days and nights he spent with the rocker on the cusp of unfathomable fame.

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Mike Brodie / Courtesy Twin Palms Publishers
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After Puberty and Before Manhood: A Period of Juvenile Prosperity

From riding the rails to working on diesel engines, Mike Brodie's life in photography is anything but usual. His photographs of America's hidden community of train-hoppers, featured in his first book by Twin Palms Publishers, take the audience off the beaten path too.

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Pictures of the Week: February 22 – March 1

From the Pope's last day and boot camp for newly-recruited female Marines to a vigil marking the one year anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death and Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Kevin Davies
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The Milliner: Philip Treacy by Kevin Davies

The beautifully crafted photographs in Philip Treacy by Kevin Davies are born of a close collaboration and friendship between a photographer and his subject — and a decades-long gestation process.

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Cape Flight
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Baby Henry Flies Again

One year ago, LightBox published Rachel Hulin’s series of whimsical photographs of her son, Henry, magically flying. Now, a new children's book captures all of his Henry's adventures.

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