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Pictures of the Week: September 21 – 28

From the NFL touchdown controversy in the U.S. and Israelis observing Yom Kippur to China's first aircraft carrier and surfing with dolphins in Australia, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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The Backstory

A Young Mitt Romney’s Other Mission: Romance

In this week's cover story, Jon Meacham looks at how Romney's identity was shaped by his Mormon roots. To illustrate this formative time in the presidential candidate's life, we turned to a surprising photo found in the archives.

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Jehad Nga
In Progress

The Green Book Project by Jehad Nga

Photographer Jehad Nga's project depicts the conflicting values of Libyan culture through gathered images broken down into binary code and disrupted by the rhetoric of Muammar Gaddafi's doctrine.

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Kate Peters
Out There

Looking at the Land From the Comfort of Home

Andy Adams of FlakPhoto works almost exclusively in the virtual world of contemporary photography. Institutions like the RISD Museum of Art have taken notice of his work, calling upon him, to curate an installation and accompanying online exhibition to compliment its most recent show America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now.

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Shannon Taggart
In Progress

Basement Vodou: Haitian Spirituality in Brooklyn

Since 2005, photographer Shannon Taggart has documented practitioners of Vodou, the oft-misunderstood religion, in neighborhoods around Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Jim Goldberg
In Progress

High and Low: Jim Goldberg’s Works in Process

Photographer Jim Goldberg talks to LightBox about his process of revisiting, sharing and republishing two of his groundbreaking works, Rich and Poor and Raised by Wolves.

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Photo Essay

Photographing the Clashes in Cairo

Magnum photographer Moises Saman photographed clashes on the streets of Cairo for this week's issue of TIME.

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Pictures of the Week: September 14 – 21

From continued anti-American protests around the world and the Pope's visit to Lebanon to the honoring of Aung San Suu Kyi in the U.S. and the Duchess of Cambridge's tour of the South Pacific, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Out There

Carrie Mae Weems: A Look Back on Three Decades

Carrie Mae Weems is an art-photographer, performance artist, activist and videographer—well known for her photographic series and multi-screen projections relating to themes focusing on family, beauty and memory. A new retrospective showcases her work from the last 25 years.

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TIME
The Backstory

Behind the Cover: Bill Clinton Photographed by Mark Seliger

Nearly 20 years after he photographed Bill Clinton during his first term in the White House, Mark Seliger reunited with the former President earlier this month to produce this week’s cover of TIME.

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