Topic: Portraits

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Photo Essay

Behind the Covers: Martin Schoeller’s Portraits of the 2012 U.S. Olympians

In his portrait series of gold-medal hopefuls for TIME’s 2012 Olympics special issue, Martin Schoeller shows three U.S. team members—gymnast Gabby Douglas, runner Lolo Jones and swimmer Ryan Lochte—whose passion for sport isn’t contained by training center walls.

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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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Justin James Muir
Out There

The Mane Subject: A Book of Beards

A new self-published book by Justin James Muir explores some of the gnarliest beards in America.

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Oded Balilty—AP
Man on the Wire

The Stone Throwers of Palestine

Israeli photographer Oded Balilty’s portraits offer a unique take on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Jeffrey Stockbridge
In Progress

Neighborhood Blues: Kensington, Philadelphia

Photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge captures the troubled souls and harsh realities of life along one Philadelphia avenue.

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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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Photo Essay

Portraits of Influence: Faces of the 2012 TIME 100

From media magnates and shapewear superstars to a humanoid robot and the President of the United States, LightBox presents the portraits of the 2012 TIME 100 issue.

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Steven Rubin
Out There

Vacationland: Rural Maine Chronicled in the Photography of Steven Rubin

Steven Rubin hitched a ride in 1982 to rural Somerset County in northwestern Maine and embarked on a project that would continue for more than 30 years and is on display at drkrm in Los Angeles from April 28 through May 26.

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Denis Darzacq courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
Out There

‘Act': Meditations on the Disabled Body

Nearly three years ago, Denis Darzacq began photographing people facing challenges such as cerebral palsy and Down’s Syndrome, which has culminated in a series called ACT, on display at New York City’s Laurence Miller Gallery though June 15.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
Photo Essay

The Victims of Assad: Photographs by Peter Hapak

TIME was granted vast access during the first week of April to the Reyhanli and Yayladagi camps in Turkish territory to document, through words and pictures, the travails of the thousands who were fleeing Syria.

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