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Out There

Violentology: Stephen Ferry Documents the Colombian Conflict

LightBox presents a guided video tour of Stephen Ferry's new book, 'Violentology: A Manual of the Colombian Conflict,' narrated by the photographer.

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Pete Souza/The White House
Profile

Pete Souza’s Portrait of a Presidency

In a TIME exclusive, Chief White House photographer Pete Souza offers his personal edit and recollections on President Obama's first term.

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Muhammed Muheisen–AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: September 28 – October 5

From the U.S. presidential debate in Denver and a ferry disaster in Hong Kong to Europe's unbelievable Ryder Cup comeback in Illinois and a tiger cub at the Shanghai Zoo, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Clark Winter
Out There

The Americans List: A Salute to Robert Frank

The photographic community acknowledges its debt to the influence of Robert Frank's Americans work in a new book by Jason Eskenazi.

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image: A gang member poses with a gun in Caracas. Some 50 homicides occur in the city each week.
Photo Essay

The Street Gangs of Caracas

Venezuelan photographer Oscar Castillo has risked his life photographing the street gangs of Caracas for the past three years.

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Anne Collier, Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art
Out There

MoMA’s New Photography 2012

MoMa's 'New Photography' 2012 showcases the latest group of artists pushing the boundaries of the medium.

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Rick Loomis
The Backstory

Fostering the Next Generation: The Eddie Adams Workshop at 25 Years

The legendary Eddie Adams Workshop, held this weekend in upstate New York on the farm of the late photojournalist, celebrates its 25th anniversary. Here, LightBox presents a selection of photographs by the workshop's esteemed alumni—one for each year, along with an essay on the workshop's legacy by Eddie's widow, Alyssa.

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Davide Monteleone—VII
Out There

Red Thistle: The Rhythm of Life in the Caucasus

In his latest book, 'Red Thistle,' photographer Davide Monteleone documents the rhythm of life in the Caucasus.

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Michal Chelbin
Out There

Sailboats and Swans: The Prisons of Russia and Ukraine

Photographer Michal Chelbin spent three years photographing prisons in Russia and Ukraine. Her new book 'Sailboats and Swans' presents a striking collection of images that portray the strange and contradictory worlds of these institutions.

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Jeff Pachoud–AFP/Getty Images
Closeup

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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