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Mila Teshaieva—Laif
In Progress

‘Promising Waters’ and Doubtful Futures Along the Caspian Sea

Mila Teshaieva's 'Promising Waters' collection explores economic realities in three Caspian Sea states. This week, she returns to the region to continue the project.

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Alex Troesch
Photo Essay

These Boots Were Made for Dancing: Pointy Shoes South of the Border

In northern Mexico, the pointy boots trend is more about flash than fashion. Photographers Alex Troesch and Aline Paley traveled to Matehuala, Mexico to see the boots with their own eyes.

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Nasa/Eyevine/Zuma Press
Out There

Explosions in the Sky: The Cygnus Loop Nebula

The Cygnus Loop—captured today by the cameras aboard NASA's Galaxy Evolution explorer—is a stunner.

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Tomas Munita for TIME
Photo Essay

Church and State: The Role of Religion in Cuba

Before Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cuba for today's visit, photographer Tomas Munita examined the role of religion in the nation, where bishops have emerged as political as well as spiritual players.

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Lightbox March 20, 2012
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: March 16 — March 23, 2012

From Aung San Suu Kyi's election campaign and the mourning of the Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo to protests for Trayvon Martin and the celebration of the Afghan New Year, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Larry Towell—Magnum
In Progress

Another Side of Afghanistan by Larry Towell

From 2008 to 2011, Towell traveled to Afghanistan five times, documenting in both photographs and videos the various social issues that plague its citizens, from drug addiction and poverty to the prevalence of landmines. The work is part of a new show and slated to be an upcoming book.

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Stefano de Luigi—VII
Out There

Stefano de Luigi Photographs the Cinema of Iran

If anything belies the demagogic sheen of Iran’s image in the West, it is the irrepressible sophistication and class of Iranian cinema.

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Mishka Henner
Out There

Retouching a Classic: ‘Less Américains’

In the digital age, touching the work of established photographic masters can be a sensitive business. London-based artist Mishka Henner explores Robert Frank's classic opus in his newest book, Less Américains.

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William Daniels
In Progress

Faded Tulips: Kyrgyzstan’s Counterfeit Revolution

William Daniels shows a Kyrgyzstan as haunted by the past as it is uncertain for its future.

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Ina Jang
Out There

Works on Paper by Ina Jang

In her last year of college, Ina Jang began weaving paper into her images to get rid of elements she didn't like. That focus on shapes continues in new work, on exhibit in Zurich and Hyères, France, this spring.

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