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Leon Borensztein
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Leon Borensztein’s ‘American Portraits’

Leon Borensztein's fierce and humane portraits, taken in working class American homes, are the subject of a new book published by Nazraeli Press.

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Royal Horse Artillery—©Archive of Modern Conflict
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Amc²: A Compilation of History’s Lost Cultures

A new journal seeks to coalesce “different groups of work that illuminate lost corners of our cultural life.”

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Joseph Szabo
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Coming of Age in America: The Photography of Joseph Szabo

The first major retrospective of work by the quintessential photographer of American teenage life opens this week at the Heckscher Museum of Art in Long Island, New York.

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Christopher Morris—VII for TIME
Photo Essay

A Portrait of the New Hampshire Primary: Photos by Christopher Morris

Photojournalist Christopher Morris’ latest collection for TIME explores the journey behind this historic primary and the strange mix of enthusiasm, fear and anticipation that accompanied it.

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Alexander Alland © Estate of Alexander Alland, Sr.
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The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League

A new exhibition at The Jewish Museum in New York examines a group of young, idealistic photographers who documented the Big Apple from 1936-1951.

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Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge: Humanity’s Struggle With Nature

Photographer and artist Kevin Cooley explores man's fascination with—and fear of—nature in his latest solo show, Take Refuge, which just opened at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles.

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© Boris Savelev, Courtesy of Michael Hoppen Gallery
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Color Constructions From a Rocket Engineer Turned Photographer

Boris Savelev, who spent his working life in the former Soviet Union as a rocket engineer, brings the same methodical eye to his photography and printing process. Color Constructions, a new exhibition of his work, represents the apex of his experimentation in printmaking.

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Ebrahim Noroozi—AFP/Getty Images
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Pictures of the Week, December 30 – January 6

From Iranian war games and the Nigerian oil spill to Korea after Kim Jong II and the Iowa caucuses, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Eve Arnold—Magnum Photos
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Eve Arnold: April 12, 1912—January 4, 2012

"If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument.”—Eve Arnold

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© Bertien van Manen, Courtesy of the Artist and the Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
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Bertien van Manen: Let’s Sit Down Before We Go

The thread that links much of the Dutch photographer Bertien van Manen's work is her portrayal of the seemingly small, undramatic moments of everyday life. Her latest book is named after the habit of having Russians sit for a moment before a long journey to think about where they will be going and why.

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