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Rémi Ochlik—IP3
Out There

Rémi Ochlik’s Revolutions

Revolutions, a book featuring the work of war photographer Rémi Ochlik, who was killed this spring in Syria, has just been published by Emphas.is. LightBox presents images from the book taken during conflicts in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Syria.

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Courtesy of the artist and The Approach, London
Out There

John Stezaker Awarded the 2012 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize

British artist John Stezaker was awarded the 2012 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize on Monday for his collages of found images.

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© Estate of Ed van der Elsken—Nederlands Fotomuseum
Out There

The Sweet Life: Revisited

In photography, "the road trip," especially by car around the United States, has been a right of passage for many photographers. Embarking on a fourteen-month world tour however is a bit less common, but that ambitious challenge was taken on in 1959 by the Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken and his wife Gerda. The resulting photographs would turned into one of the most epic Dutch photobooks ever produced, The Sweet Life.

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Joseph Eid—AFP/GettyImages
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: August 24 – August 31

From Hurricane Isaac in the Caribbean and colorful Holi celebrations in Germany to the Paralympics in London and a tree full of goats in Morocco, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel
Out There

‘Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel': Collaborative Semantics

A new book looks back at decades of collaborative work by artists Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel.

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Grant Cornett for TIME
Photo Essay

The RNC in Pictures: The Delegates by Grant Cornett

Photographer Grant Cornett roamed the convention center in Tampa, capturing members of each delegation. His portraits reveal a cross section of the people who make up the Grand Old Party of 2012.

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Callie Shell for TIME
Photo Essay

Behind the Cover: Obama Makes His Way to the DNC

Photographer Callie Shell has documented President Barack Obama since 2004. Last week, she photographed Obama on the campaign trail in New Hampshire for TIME.

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Joseph Rodriguez
Photo Essay

A Photographer’s Journey from Behind Bars to Behind the Lens

Joseph Rodriguez photographed Jesse De La Cruz, a former gang member turned author and activist in California. LightBox presents an extension of Rodriguez's decades-long project on Latino gangs and the struggles of readjusting after incarceration.

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Nicole Tung
Photo Essay

Suffering and Resilience: The Hospitals of Aleppo

Photographer Nicole Tung documents Aleppo's overburdened hospitals and the continued casualties of the ongoing Syrian civil war.

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Malcolm Browne–AP
The Backstory

Malcolm Browne: The Story Behind The Burning Monk

On the 50th anniversary of Quang Duc's self-immolation in 1963, LightBox presents an interview with Malcolm Browne, the Associated Press photographer who captured the now-iconic image.

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