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Photo: Scott Conarroe
Canadian photographer Scott Conarroe explores the space between massive public projects and everyday human existence in photographs that have charted North American railways and coastlines, and now the construction of China’s ultra-futuristic transit system.
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Photo: Scott Conarroe

Canadian photographer Scott Conarroe explores the space between massive public projects and everyday human existence in photographs that have charted North American railways and coastlines, and now the construction of China’s ultra-futuristic transit system.

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timemagazine:

After the recent death of Hugo Chávez, what awaits the country and his supporters?
The latest issue of TIME International investigates life after Chávez.
(Photograph by Platon)

timemagazine:

After the recent death of Hugo Chávez, what awaits the country and his supporters?

The latest issue of TIME International investigates life after Chávez.

(Photograph by Platon)

Every morning dozens of prisoners are taken to court for trial. Many of them will need to go to court multiple times before the judge reaches a final verdict, and as a result they are often kept in prison for years before they are ever sentenced.

In Sierra Leone, one of Africa’s poorest countries, prisons are cauldrons of violence and neglect. Spanish photographer Fernando Moleres documented the struggles facing inmates at the notorious Freetown Central Prison. See more on LightBox.
Every morning dozens of prisoners are taken to court for trial. Many of them will need to go to court multiple times before the judge reaches a final verdict, and as a result they are often kept in prison for years before they are ever sentenced.


In Sierra Leone, one of Africa’s poorest countries, prisons are cauldrons of violence and neglect. Spanish photographer Fernando Moleres documented the struggles facing inmates at the notorious Freetown Central Prison. See more on LightBox.



Whose News, Billboard, Oil Painting Produced by Eller Outdoor Advertising, 14’ x 48’, San Francisco, California, 1980
A new book looks back at decades of collaborative work by artists Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel. 
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Whose News, Billboard, Oil Painting Produced by Eller Outdoor Advertising, 14’ x 48’, San Francisco, California, 1980

A new book looks back at decades of collaborative work by artists Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel. 

See more photos here.

George Engelback, Hillsboro, Mo.
Photographer Grant Cornett roamed the convention center in Tampa, capturing members of each delegation. His portraits reveal a cross-section of the people who make up the Grand Old Party of 2012. 
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George Engelback, Hillsboro, Mo.

Photographer Grant Cornett roamed the convention center in Tampa, capturing members of each delegation. His portraits reveal a cross-section of the people who make up the Grand Old Party of 2012. 

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Jesse and Andrew Estrada reminisce about the rare “good days” growing up. Woodlake, Calif., 2012.
Joseph Rodriguez photographed Jesse De La Cruz, a former gang member turned author and activist in California. LightBox presents an extension of Rodriguez’s decades-long project on Latino gangs and the struggles of readjusting after incarceration. 
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Jesse and Andrew Estrada reminisce about the rare “good days” growing up. Woodlake, Calif., 2012.

Joseph Rodriguez photographed Jesse De La Cruz, a former gang member turned author and activist in California. LightBox presents an extension of Rodriguez’s decades-long project on Latino gangs and the struggles of readjusting after incarceration. 

See more photos here

Miners begin their day near Numbi.
For its first ever Wireless Issue, TIME commissioned photographer Michael Christopher Brown to photograph the mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo with his iPhone. 
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Miners begin their day near Numbi.

For its first ever Wireless Issue, TIME commissioned photographer Michael Christopher Brown to photograph the mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo with his iPhone. 

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One year ago, Jose Antonio Vargas publicly revealed he’s an undocumented immigrant. In the latest issue of TIME which will hit newsstands Friday, Vargas reports on life in citizenship limbo, and how others are ‘coming out.’Read the cover story here and check out more 35 more portraits on LightBox. (Photograph by Gian Paul Lozza for TIME)

timemagazine:

One year ago, Jose Antonio Vargas publicly revealed he’s an undocumented immigrant. In the latest issue of TIME which will hit newsstands Friday, Vargas reports on life in citizenship limbo, and how others are ‘coming out.’

Read the cover story here and check out more 35 more portraits on LightBox.

(Photograph by Gian Paul Lozza for TIME)

Terry O’Neill
April 4 is the Foundation Rwanda “Evening of Food and Fotos” rock photography benefit auction, which will feature pictures like Terry O’Neill’s shot of Amy Winehouse. More information about the event is available here.

Terry O’Neill

April 4 is the Foundation Rwanda “Evening of Food and Fotos” rock photography benefit auction, which will feature pictures like Terry O’Neill’s shot of Amy Winehouse. More information about the event is available here.

Edward Keating—Contact for TIME
Damian Ross (left) and Gary Cosgrove embrace on the steps of the Manhattan City Clerk’s office while waiting in line on July 24, 2011.
In honor of LightBox’s first anniversary, our staff presents recommendations of posts worth revisiting. Jared Miller picked To Have and to Hold: Gay Marriages in New York City Begin: ”I liked it because it took something that was an important on a public level as its subject matter, but gave it an extremely personal treatment—five photographers in five boroughs shot the day’s biggest story, but the incredibly intimate photos made each couple’s personal narratives the most compelling story of all.”
See more recommendations on LightBox and here throughout the day.

Edward Keating—Contact for TIME

Damian Ross (left) and Gary Cosgrove embrace on the steps of the Manhattan City Clerk’s office while waiting in line on July 24, 2011.

In honor of LightBox’s first anniversary, our staff presents recommendations of posts worth revisiting. Jared Miller picked To Have and to Hold: Gay Marriages in New York City Begin: ”I liked it because it took something that was an important on a public level as its subject matter, but gave it an extremely personal treatment—five photographers in five boroughs shot the day’s biggest story, but the incredibly intimate photos made each couple’s personal narratives the most compelling story of all.”

See more recommendations on LightBox and here throughout the day.