Topic: photography

Erin Trieb
Out There

Erin Trieb’s Homecoming Project: Capturing War Through Veteran Tales

Sergeant Major Pat Corcoran might never have learned about those heroic efforts to save his life were it not for Erin Trieb, whose photographs will be added to a growing collection for The Homecoming Project, a non-profit organization she started to illuminate the ongoing issues of veterans from the past decades’ wars.

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Naoya Hatakeyama—Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and Taka Ishii Gallery
Out There

Landscapes on the Verge of Change

A new retrospective of the work of Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama, opening at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on July 28, looks at vistas on the verge of change.

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Karine Laval
Out There

Through the Glass Ceiling, Into the White Cube: 31 Women in Art Photography

Now in its third incarnation, “31 Women in Art Photography” gives women photographers a powerful platform to show their work.

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Neil Leifer for Sports Illustrated
The Backstory

Best Magazine Assignment Ever: Neil Leifer’s 1984 Olympic Odyssey Around the World

Neil Leifer spent a year traversing the globe to photograph athletes for TIME’s 1984 Olympics special issue. From the plains of Kenya to Russia’s Red Square to The Great Wall of China, Leifer used grand backdrops to photograph the athletic stars of the day.

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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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MAJA DANIELS
Out There

Into Oblivion: Documenting the Memory Loss from Alzheimer’s

Photographer Maja Daniels spent three years documenting the residents of an Alzheimer’s ward in France, creating portraits that convey the frustrations and challenges of living with dementia.

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Joseba Etxaburu–Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: July 6 – July 13

From Libya’s landmark election and America’s heat wave to Spain’s running of the bulls and captured Syrian Army soldiers, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Adam Patterson
In Progress

Twisted Nostalgia: Life After the Troubles

Northern Ireland is no longer riven by violent conflict but, as photographer Adam Patterson discovered, peace doesn’t happen overnight.

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Adam Golfer
In Progress

Vignettes from a Contested Land: An American Photographer in the West Bank

American photographer Adam Golfer’s images of the West Bank look beyond the hurly burly of one of the world’s intractable conflicts.

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Hjalmar R. Bardarson, © Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson—Arctic Images
Out There

Iceland: Living with Volcanoes

In addition to his own pictures, Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson scanned and preserved hundreds of archival photos of volcanoes for his new book, Magma: Icelandic Volcanoes.

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