Topic: Georgia

Paris, France. 19 Mars 2014.Pierre Terdjman #dysturb
Out There

In Paris, Photojournalism Hits the Streets

French photojournalist Pierre Terdjman has decided to cut out the middle man. Frustrated to see magazines pass on his reports from Central African Republic, he’s taken to the streets – posting his images on Paris’ walls in a bid to bring the news directly to the people.

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Brendan Hoffman
Man on the Wire

A Year of Photographers in the Picture

As the new year approaches, TIME takes a look back on 2012 to highlight an increasingly common phenomenon: the photographer in the picture.

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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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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

Paradise Lost: 20 Years of Independence in Abkhazia

20 years after Abkhazia declared independence from Georgia, TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev returned to the region to document the place where he vacationed as a boy and later photographed a brutal war.

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Martin Parr—Magnum / Courtesy Contrasto
Out There

Martin Parr: Picturing the American South

The High Museum of Art commissioned Martin Parr to document Atlanta as part of its Picturing the South project—a series of artist commissions that engage with the American South. Channeling his unparalleled ability to collate humor, wit, and curiosity into his heavily socio-cultural photographs, Parr captured the oddities and eccentricities of contemporary Americana.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

The Light of the Caucasus: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev documents the fragile optimism of a changing Republic of Georgia.

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New Mexico
Photo Essay

Picturing the American Drought: George Steinmetz

As renowned aerial photographer George Steinmetz documented the effects of the recent record-setting drought in the American South, he discovered that even in driest parts of the country, the cliched idea of the bowl of cracked earth and dust was neither common nor representative of the crisis.

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