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Arno Rafael Minkkinen
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The Body Beautiful: Arno Rafael Minkkinen’s Self-Portraits

Over the past 40 years, the artist has photographed himself in a variety of scenarios: sometimes curled up on a sandy beach, other times dangling off the edge of a cliff, always naked as the day he was born.

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Carsten Koall—Getty Images
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, November 25 – December 2

From Egypt's historic elections and Hillary Clinton's Myanmar visit to German anti-nuclear protests and Nepal's bird flu outbreak, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

Egypt’s “Second” Revolution: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev documents violent clashes between protesters and Egyptian central security forces as well as the tense atmosphere leading up to Egypt's landmark democratic elections on Nov. 28, the first since the February ouster of long-ruling President Hosni Mubarak.

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Katja Heinemann
In Progress

The Graying of AIDS

On World AIDS Day, TIME looks at photographer Katja Heinemann's project, which documents the effects of the disease among senior citizens.

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© Bharat Choudhary / The Alexia Foundation
In Progress

The Silence of Others: Exploring Islamophobia Through Images

Bharat Choudhary's series offers a glimpse into moments of Muslim life, from a Missouri couple's efforts to establish the state's first Mosque to a Caucasian woman's conversion to Islam.

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Lee Friedlander—Courtesy Janet Borden, Inc.
Out There

Merry Christmas From Lee Friedlander

An exhibition at Janet Borden, Inc celebrates the holiday season with a selection of previously unseen images by the master photographer.

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John Francis Peters
Photo Essay

Insha’Allah: Morocco’s Changing Culture

Photographer John Francis Peters explores the country's current landscape, both environmental and social.

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Ruth van Beek
Photo Essay

Ruth Van Beek’s Hibernators

The artist cuts and folds common domestic pets and animals into creatures that exist somewhere between photography and collage.

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Liz Hingley
Photo Essay

Religion Road: Liz Hingley’s Under Gods

Crammed along a two-mile stretch on Soho Road are more than 30 religious buildings in a city that is home to more than 90 different nationalities.

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Courtesy Pierre Gonnord / Hasted Kraeutler, New York, and Galeria Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid
Out There

Pierre Gonnord’s Relatos

A new exhibition in New York features the photographer's extraordinary portraits of marginalized individuals.

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