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Aug 26, 2014
by Moises Saman
(In mid-August, Moises Saman was documenting the plight of trapped Yezidi refugees in Kurdistan for TIME when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed. Saman and most of the passengers escaped with minor injuries and only days later the stranded Yezidis were rescued.
Below is Time Lightbox Editor Olivier Laurent's interview with the photographer.)

The Yezidis – one of Iraq’s oldest and most... More...
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Aug 25, 2014
by Alex Majoli
This past winter Time Magazine sent Alex Majoli to photograph the production of the first half of the 7th and final season of the critically acclaimed TV series, Mad Men.
The show's plot focuses on the operations of a 1960's advertising agency and the lives of its employees during the span of that tumultuous decade.
Since it's premiere in 2007, Mad Men has won fifteen Emmy Awards, four Golden Globes... More...
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Aug 14, 2014
by Jerome Sessini
Jerome Sessini has continued his coverage of the conflict between the Ukrainian government and pro-Russia separatist rebels. Most recently, he's explored the humanitarian situation in the east, primarily in the besieged rebel hold-outs of Lugansk, Uglegorsk and Donesk. More...
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Aug 6, 2014
by Susan Meiselas
For many Brazilian women, beautification is a means of self-realization.
It is an opportunity for social mobility. It can be a form of escape. The opportunity to transform the body can be a canvas for the imagination.
In these images we see women’s rituals to beautify themselves throughout Rio de Janeiro. These brief encounters not only reveal the way that the allure of beauty is realized on a day-to-day... More...
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Jul 23, 2014
by Josef Koudelka
Exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago (June 7, 2014, to September 14, 2014), The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (November 11, 2014, to March 22, 2015) and at the Fundacion MAPFRE, Madrid (September 15, 2015, to November 29, 2015).

This retrospective catalog features vintage prints as well as recent, unpublished work by Josef Koudelka. He has been a legend since the publication of his unforgettable... More...
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Jul 18, 2014
by Jerome Sessini
Jerome Sessini has been covering the conflict between the Ukrainian Government and pro-Russian separatist rebels near the eastern border with Russia. Once he'd found out that a civilian passenger airliner had gone down in the region, Sessini made his way to the crash site.

On the afternoon of July 17, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disintegrated over eastern Ukraine resulting in the death all 298 passengers... More...
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Jul 15, 2014
by Jerome Sessini
Two weeks ago Jerome Sessini returned to Ukraine to cover the continuing crisis.

On June 12th, two buildings were hit by Grad missiles launched by Ukrainian forces in Maryanka, a working class suburb south of Donetsk center. At least one woman was killed during the attack while she was in her kitchen. Petrovsky, another suburb of Donetsk, has also been seriously damaged. Civilians were fleeing the... More...
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