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Pictures of the Week: October 5 —12

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From the Taliban shooting of a 14-year-old activist in Pakistan to the vice-presidential debate in Kentucky to angry protests against the German Chancellor’s visit in Greece and a human tower in Spain, TIME presents the best images of the week.

Pictures of the Week: August 17 – August 24

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From violent clashes in Lebanon and wildfires in Spain to a disabled beauty pageant in Thailand and a Kids’ “State Dinner” at the White House, TIME presents the best images of the week.

Pictures of the Week: July 6 – July 13

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

Pictures of the Week: June 29 – July 5

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From South Sudan’s refugee crisisand Spain’s historic Euro 2012 win tothe U.S. proveedor factura electrnica . Olympic gymnastics team trials and a polar bear cub’s piggyback, TIMEs photo department presents the best images of the week.

Pictures of the Week: June 15 – 22

From Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel lecture in Norway and the death of Rodney King in California to violent mining strikes in Spain and a New Democracy in Greece, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

Photographer #365: Ana Casas Broda

Ana Casas Broda, 1965, Spain, has been living in Mexico since she was eight years old. Her long-term projects are intense and personal. Her latest body of work is Kinderwunsch, a complex and personal set of images dealing with maternity. She spent five years submitting herself to fertility treatments before she got her first son. When she entered the same process a second time she decided to capture the entire process, the treatments, the pregnancy, birth, bodily contact, affection, feeding and other aspects of the experience. As the project progressed, it has become more complex. With her sons she carries out actions that derive from the childrens minds or from her fantasies. In 2000 she released the book Album, a photographic project that is built on the relationship between her grandmother and herself. It includes images from her childhood to photographs of the last years of her grandmother. The book deals with themes as memory, cultural and personal inheritance as a way to explore identity. The following images come from the series Kinderwunsch, Diet Journals and Album.

Website: www.anacasasbroda.com

Photographer #365: Ana Casas Broda

Ana Casas Broda, 1965, Spain, has been living in Mexico since she was eight years old. Her long-term projects are intense and personal. Her latest body of work is Kinderwunsch, a complex and personal set of images dealing with maternity. She spent five years submitting herself to fertility treatments before she got her first son. When she entered the same process a second time she decided to capture the entire process, the treatments, the pregnancy, birth, bodily contact, affection, feeding and other aspects of the experience. As the project progressed, it has become more complex. With her sons she carries out actions that derive from the childrens minds or from her fantasies. In 2000 she released the book Album, a photographic project that is built on the relationship between her grandmother and herself. It includes images from her childhood to photographs of the last years of her grandmother. The book deals with themes as memory, cultural and personal inheritance as a way to explore identity. The following images come from the series Kinderwunsch, Diet Journals and Album.

Website: www.anacasasbroda.com

Gabriel Orge

Gabriel Orge hails from the city of Cordoba [Argentina, not Spain]. I’m guilty of a little Buenos Aires = Argentina thinking so I was happy when I discovered his work. He seems to mostly do portraits on the street with some flash or reflected light. They have a light-heartedness that’s endearing and it’s also good to see portraits of just regular people from Argentina’s interior. Orge doesn’t seem to have a website but here’s what I was able to scrounge up on the web about him.

© Gabriel Orge

Small © Gabriel Orge

© Gabriel Orge

The images above are from the website of Cordoba’s Goethe Institute. There’s also a profile on Bola de Nieve, a flickr stream with pictures of signs and street graphics, as well as a random blog post with backstage shots and some more street portraits.