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Lauren Lancaster photographs the Republican National Convention: http://nyr.kr/NvGGHW

Scenes from the R.N.C. Sideshows

Lauren Lancaster photographs the Republican National Convention: http://nyr.kr/NvGGHW

Lauren Lancaster photographs the Republican National Convention: http://nyr.kr/NvGGHW

Scenes from the R.N.C. Sideshows

Lauren Lancaster photographs the Republican National Convention: http://nyr.kr/NvGGHW

IRAN. Tehran. Valiasr Avenue. 10/11-2003. Thomas Dworzak.

Today is National Tree Planting Day in Iran. Here, see Iranian tree photographs from the Magnum Photos archive.

Last week, Lauren Lancaster took over our Instagram feed to post photographs from various New York Fashion Week shows. Click through for a slide show of her photos: http://nyr.kr/16qtFGt

Lauren Lancaster’s Fashion Week Roundup : The New Yorker

The photographer Allen Frame, who draws inspiration from literary fiction and film noir, has an archive of images that evoke menace, intrigue, and sensuality—quintessential themes in Roberto Bolaño’s mystery novels. A look at nine of Frame’s photographs used for Bolaño covers and additional work in a similar vein.

Framing Roberto Bolaño

Frame and Bolaño were born in early fifties and travelled to many of the same cities to photograph and write…

Ceylanpinar, Turkey, July 30, 2012. Photograph by Ayman Oghanna. More images of Syrian refugees in Turkey: http://nyr.kr/S9gouB

Syrians in Flight

Ceylanpinar, Turkey, July 30, 2012. Photograph by Ayman Oghanna. More images of Syrian refugees in Turkey: http://nyr.kr/S9gouB

This week, Laura El-Tantawy will be documenting her hometown of Cairo via The New Yorker’s Instagram feed. While this is expected to be another turbulent week in Egypt—read Peter Hessler’s Comment in our new issue for the latest—Tantawi will focus on the periphery, bringing us snapshots of daily life in Cairo, as well as photos of a ten-member fishing family who live on small boats on the Nile. Above, Amr, a fisherman, performs prayer on his boat. Follow @newyorkermag for updates.

Laura El-Tantawy Takes Over Instagram

This week, Laura El-Tantawy will be documenting her hometown of Cairo via The New Yorker’s Instagram feed. While this is expected to be another turbulent week in Egypt—read Peter Hessler’s Comment in our new issue for the latest—Tantawi will focus on the periphery, bringing us snapshots of daily life in Cairo, as well as photos of a ten-member fishing family who live on small boats on the Nile. Above, Amr, a fisherman, performs prayer on his boat. Follow @newyorkermag for updates.

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