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Recording Modernism: The Work of Ezra Stoller

If modernism sought to give us Le Corbusier’s “machine for living in,” photographer Ezra Stoller, who died in 2004, used the camera as a machine for living through. A new book by Yale University Press, 'Ezra Stoller, Photographer', highlights some of the master's best photography.

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Image: Nov. 11, 2012. A murmuration of starlings put on an a display over the town of Gretna, Scotland.
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Pictures of the Week: November 9 – November 16

From escalating violence in the Gaza Strip and austerity riots in Europe to the flooding of Venice and murmurations of starlings in Scotland, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Image: Seaside Heights, N.J.
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Flooded, Uprooted, Burned: The Tracks of Sandy on the Shore

After documenting the effects of Hurricane Sandy for TIME, photographer Stephen Wilkes took to the air to show the true extent of the storm's impact.

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Image: Anonyme Skulpturen, book
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The Bechers on Display at Paris Photo

Photographic duo Bernd and Hilla Becher created one of the most respected bodies of work in modern photography. An exhibition at Paris Photo this week highlights their career with photographs, books and printed ephemera.

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Image: Ervin Pridgen, 52, in his kitchen on the first floor of the Redfern Houses.
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In Sandy’s Shadow: How the Redfern Houses’ True Ordeal Began After the Storm

For many in Sandy’s path, the storm itself was terrifying. On Staten Island, houses collapsed, crushing people underneath; in Breezy Point, families fled blocks of homes in flames. But in Redfern, the real struggle began the next day, when it became clear that power wouldn’t return for weeks.

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The Indie Photo Book in the 21st Century

Two years ago, Larissa Leclair founded the Indie Photobook Library in her Washington D.C home with the goal of preserving rare self-published books and making them available to a larger audience. Leclair spoke to LightBox about the state of the photobook and her goals for the future of her library.

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image: A man pumping water from the river, Ningxia province.
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Root of the Nation: Zhang Kechun Photographs China’s Yellow River

Chengdu-based photographer Zhang Kechun spent two years photographing from the banks of China's Yellow River. Though the lunar tones and low horizons feel foreboding, Zhang insists the project carries a message of hope.

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Nicolas Dhervillers
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Displaced History and the Art of Collective Memory

Photographer Nicolas Dhervillers combined modern landscapes with historical images to create his latest body of work 'My Sentimental Archives.'

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Matilde Gattoni
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Matilde Gattoni: The Swallows of Syria

On Friday, more than 11,000 refugees fled Syria in a single day. LightBox presents photographer Matilde Gattoni's portraits of the swallows of Syria, female refugees seeking safety in Lebanon from the violence of their homeland.

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Image: Nov. 3, 2012. A rebel fighter takes cover as he looks up at a warplane attacking rebel positions during heavy clashes between rebel fighters and the Syrian army.
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Pictures of the Week: November 2 – November 9

From President Obama's reelection and Superstorm Sandy's aftermath to a deadly earthquake in Guatemala and a train cemetery in Bolivia, TIME presents the best photographs of the week.

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