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2020, in 12 Photographs – The New York Times

2020, in 12 Photographs - The New York Times

2020, in 12 Photographs – The New York Times 2020, in 12 Photographs – The New York Times Want to get The Morning by email? Here’s the sign-up. Today’s the day for The Times’s annual look at The Year in Pictures. Dean Baquet, The Times’s executive editor, believes that 2020 will go down as a signature year in history, alongside …

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Emily Ratajkowski, Nude Photographs and Justice

Emily Ratajkowski, Nude Photographs and Justice

Emily Ratajkowski, Nude Photographs and Justice Emily Ratajkowski, Nude Photographs and Justice In September, the model and actress Emily Ratajkowski published an essay describing, among other injurious experiences, being sexually assaulted by a photographer named Jonathan Leder when she was 20. For years afterward, Ms. Ratajkowski wrote on The Cut, nude and seminude Polaroids from that shoot have been shown …

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A Very Different Good Friday, in Photographs

A Very Different Good Friday, in Photographs

Pope Francis usually joins tens of thousands of faithful at Rome’s Colosseum for a traditional Good Friday procession that solemnly evokes the Stations of the Cross leading up to Christ’s crucifixion. But on this Good Friday, like Christians all around the world, Francis is staying at home, where he will preside over a ceremony in front of an empty St. …

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Troubled Turf: The Photographs of An-My Le

Troubled Turf: The Photographs of An-My Le

If you step back far enough, there is no outside to war. Or so suggests An-My Le, whose harrowingly quiet, wide-angled photographs highlight battle re-enactors, active military personnel and sites of conflicts, both real and simulated. They are featured in “On Contested Terrain,” a revelatory career survey at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, through July 26. (While the …

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