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Rare Contact Prints from Man Ray’s Archive

A rare collection of darkroom contact prints from Man Ray's archive will be on display — for the first time ever — in an exhibition slated to run from February 21st through March 28th at Atlas Gallery in London.

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"Are you listening to me?!" Shane screamed. "Grow the f*ck up, Maggie! Grow the f*ck up!"
Photo Essay

Photographer as Witness: A Portrait of Domestic Violence

The Violence Against Women Act, which provides funding to help victims of domestic violence, is now up for re-authorization. Photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz's photographs document one such violent incident — the kind that's often kept private behind closed doors.

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Conflict and Costume
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Jim Naughten: Conflict and Costume in Namibia

Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been indefinitely shaped by their colonial experience.

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Zanele Muholi—Courtesy of the Artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery
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Saving Face: The Portraits of Zanele Muholi

On view at the Yancey Richardson gallery in New York, photographer Zanele Muholi's work explores the identity of an often-maligned community in South Africa.

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MDR-TB isolation wards in Drug Resistant TB Center, one for women and one for men, Patna, Bihar State, India. James Nachtwey People in Vietnam affected by Agent Orange, an herbicide used by American forces during the war to defoliate the forests in order to deny cover to the enemy.  The active ingredient, dioxin, is extremely toxic and has caused several generations of children to be born with severe disabilities and deformations. Families in rural farming areas with affected offspring. Cam Lo District, Quang Tri Province. Heavily sprayed during the war as the Ho Chi Minh Trail ran through the region from Laos. James Nachtwey People in Vietnam affected by Agent Orange, an herbicide used by American forces during the war to defoliate the forests in order to deny cover to the enemy.  The active ingredient, dioxin, is extremely toxic and has caused several generations of children to be born with severe disabilities and deformations. Families in rural farming areas with affected offspring. Cam Lo District, Quang Tri Province. Heavily sprayed during the war as the Ho Chi Minh Trail ran through the region from Laos. James Nachtwey
Photo Essay

Drug-Resistant TB in India: Photographs by James Nachtwey

TIME contract photographer James Nachtwey traveled to Mumbai to document the battle against drug-resistant tuberculosis.

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Women, who are part of the Sawt al-Haq (Voice of Rights), stand with their weapons as they undergo military training in Aleppo
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Pictures of the Week: February 15 – 22

From female fighters in Syria and smugglers under Gaza to the second anniversary of Libya's uprising and a 100-year-old hospital for dolls, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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LIBYA. Misurata. Tim's Last Photograph. April 20. 2011.
Out There

“A Day Without News?”: Raising Awareness of the Perils of Reporting

The journalistic community is marking the anniversary of Marie Colvin and Rémi Ochlik’s deaths with “A Day Without News?” — a campaign to raise awareness of the hostile and dangerous conditions that many reporters and photographers work under around the world.

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©Alfred Wertheimer
Photo Essay

Happy 80th Birthday, Nina Simone: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer

On what would have been Nina Simone's 80th birthday, LightBox celebrates her life and her legacy with a series of Alfred Wertheimer's magnificent, intimate portraits of the star.

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Peeking Inside Health Care: Nick Veasey’s Medical X-Rays

To accompany this week’s cover story, TIME commissioned Veasey to take X-ray images of medical supplies, including acetaminophen bottles, IV bags and syringes. Using low-dose radiation from one of his three X-ray machines, Veasey turned the supplies into pellucid still lifes.

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© Saul Leiter—Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
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A Casual Conversation with Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter was an original — a spirited, self-effacing artist who followed his own vision. Earlier this year, TIME sat down for a friendly conversation with the painter and photographer at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.

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