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Christopher Morris—VII
In Progress

Men in Black: The Secret Service Photographed by Christopher Morris

With their stock-straight postures, impenetrable gazes and curly earpieces directing their movements via disembodied voices, members of the United States Secret Service have long maintained an aura of mystery for civilians—White House photographers included.

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Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York
Profile

Stan Douglas Named the Recipient of ICP’s Infinity Award for Art

Stan Douglas has been named the recipient of the prestigious Infinity Award for Art by the International Center of Photography, which will be presented tonight. Lightbox visits highlights of three projects from the artist’s prolific photographic endeavors.

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Nick Ballon
Photo Essay

Dust to Dust: The Mythical Graves of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Photographer Nick Ballon captures the intersection of fact and fiction in the Bolivian town where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are said to have died.

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Dawoud Bey
Out There

Harlem Revisited: A New Look at Dawoud Bey’s New York Portraits

Present-day Chicago is not Harlem in 1979. Present-day Harlem isn’t even Harlem in 1979. But at the Art Institute of Chicago’s new exhibition Dawoud Bey: Harlem USA, some things have stayed the same.

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NASA
Out There

Exclusive from NASA: The New Tallest Building in New York City, From Above

The view of New York from the International Space Station evolved today, as the new World Trade tower became the tallest building in the city.

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Sacha Lecca—Rolling Stone, courtesy of the South Street Seaport Museum
Out There

Fight for Your Right: Resources for Photographers Covering Protests

In preparation for Occupy Wall Street's day of action on May 1, LightBox offers a few tips for photographers—professional and amateur alike–who plan to cover the protests.

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Binh Danh
Toolbox

Legacy in Leaves: The Vietnam War Remembered

Binh Danh appropriates iconic images of the Vietnam War, which ended 37 years ago today, and prints them on organic material such as leaves and grass.

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Carleton E. Watkins, courtesy J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
Out There

Exclusive: Behind the Kraszna-Krausz Photography Book Awards

'Carleton Watkins: The Complete Mammoth Photographs,' by Weston Naef and Christine Hult-Lewis, has been awarded the 2012 Kraszna-Krausz Best Photography Book Award. Judge Jem Southam explains how the decision was made.

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Issouf Sanogo—AFP/Getty Images
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: April 20 — April 27

From the first round of voting in the French presidential elections and the crisis between Sudan and South Sudan to the continuing eruption of Mt. Etna and a plane crash in Pakistan, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Gregory Bull—AP
Man on the Wire

So Long, Swoosh: Bidding Farewell to Callista Gingrich’s Famous Bob

With Newt Gingrich leaving the presidential race, LightBox looks back on Callista Gingrich’s now-famous Swoosh, which seemed to captivate photographers all along the campaign trail.

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