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Sarah Elliott
In Progress

After the Spring: Women of the Arab Revolution

As Libya and Egypt hold nationwide elections, LightBox presents the work of Sarah Elliott, whose photographs show those who had the most at stake after the revolutions: women.

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Daniel Ochoa de Olza—AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: June 29 – July 5

From South Sudan's refugee crisis and Spain's historic Euro 2012 win to the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team trials and a polar bear cub's piggyback, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Oded Balilty—AP
Man on the Wire

The Ultimate Prize Fighters: Practicing Peace through Boxing in Israel

Oded Balilty explores how young Israeli Arabs and Jews come together as equals in the boxing ring.

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Pari Dukovic
Photo Essay

Inside the World of Turkish Oil Wrestling

Turkish photographer Pari Dukovic photographed the sport of yağlı güreş, or oil wrestling. The sport is at the heart of Kırkpınar, a festival in the Turkish city of Edirne which is soon celebrating its 651st anniversary.

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(c) Jim Marshall Photography LLC, Courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, New York
Out There

Rock ‘n’ Roll Legend: Jim Marshall’s Musician Portraits

Jim Marshall photographed legends and his pictures have become iconic in American cultural history, but the vast majority of the music photographer’s work has never been seen. This month, a new book and two gallery shows will debut many never-before-published images from Marshall’s coverage of the Rolling Stones 1972 tour, as well as singular portraits of musicians including Johnny Cash, BB King and Joni Mitchell.

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Hjalmar R. Bardarson, © Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson—Arctic Images
Out There

Iceland: Living with Volcanoes

In addition to his own pictures, Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson scanned and preserved hundreds of archival photos of volcanoes for his new book, Magma: Icelandic Volcanoes.

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Adek Berry—AFP/Getty Images
Man on the Wire

Silhouettes in the News

More than 200 years ago, the silhouette was the foremost way to document one’s appearance, but it’s still widely used in photographic frames today. From capturing the world's protests and politicians to wildfires and war zones, LightBox looks at the use of silhouettes on the wires this month.

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Asmaa Waguih–Reuters
The Backstory

A Mural in Cairo: The Backdrop Of A Revolution

A mural near Tahrir Square serves as a backdrop to the continuing revolution. Painted over and re-painted, it endures as a reminder of history and hope for the future.

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Rahmat Gul–AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: June 22 – June 29

From the health care ruling and the Colorado wildfires to the U.S. Olympic trials and baby giant pandas, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Justin James Muir
Out There

The Mane Subject: A Book of Beards

A new self-published book by Justin James Muir explores some of the gnarliest beards in America.

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