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DeCarava's Photos Improvised The Music Of Life

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"I Wasn't Me Anymore:" Emma Thompson tours Journey, an art installation she co-created with a woman who was victimized by sex traffickers. Viewers who look through this porthole see their own faces superimposed on the bodies of woman wearing "prostitutes' weeds" — tattered lingerie and other worn, used clothing. Simon Clark/Eyebox hide caption

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Emma And Elena, Exposing The Sex Trade

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Quoth The Raven: 'Baltimore'

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Remembering Roy DeCarava's 60 Years Of Photos

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Mystery Endures: Remains Found Not Those Of Artist

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Seeing Through The Eyes Of An Armadillo

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A view of the Parthenon Gallery in the new Acropolis Museum. Many of the items from the Parthenon's frieze were removed more than 200 years ago by Lord Elgin and later sold to the British Museum. Courtesy of Nikos Daniilidis/Acropolis Museum hide caption

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Greece Unveils Museum Meant For 'Stolen' Sculptures

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Brian Jungen: Crafting Everyday Objects Into Art

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Painting Could Be Previously Unknown Da Vinci Work

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Forget Ashes To Ashes: In L.A., It's Art To Art

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Philly's New Art Gallery Designed To Spark Controversy

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Iraqi Women Capture Their Lives On Film

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Computer science professor Marc Levoy of Stanford shows off his prototype "Frankencamera." It allows programs to be downloaded, much like the iPhone does, and might just change the future of photography. Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service hide caption

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'Frankencamera': A Giant Leap For Digital Photos?

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Artists, tourists and museum curators view pottery at Indian Market preview on Aug. 21 in Santa Fe, N.M. Artists may enter works for judging in a variety of categories. Indian Market is the largest showcase of its kind. Many artists rely on the income from Indian Market to sustain them throughout the year. Courtesy of Jeannette Flamm hide caption

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Art Sales Uneven At Santa Fe's Indian Market

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