How to make dead fish look attractive? That's the challenge New York-based duo Shimon and Tammar Rothstein faced when they were hired to do the photography for famed French chef Eric Ripert's book On the Line. Photos by Shimon and Tammar, Courtesy of Shimon and Tammar hide caption

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Sculptor and writer Barbara Chase-Riboud is troubled by race-based groupings. She currently has an exhibition of work inspired by Malcolm X at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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What Do We Mean When We Talk About 'Latino Art'?

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Paul Salopek and his guide walk into the desert, on day 19 of the "Out of Eden walk" in the Afar region of Northeast Ethiopia. The walk with take about 7 years total. Paul Salopek/National Geographic hide caption

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Around The World In ... A Lot Of Steps

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California-based magazine FSHN ran an Iran photo shoot in its 2013 couture issue. FSHN Magazine hide caption

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In The Streets Of Iran, A Fashion Shoot Bursting With Color

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A lady with two slaves, in Bahia, Brazil, 1860. Moreira Salles Institute Archive hide caption

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Photos Reveal Harsh Detail Of Brazil's History With Slavery

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Digging Into The Truth About Messages, Images And Hard Times

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Sherman poses for a photo in New York in July 2012. Verena Dobnik/AP hide caption

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Photographer Editta Sherman, 'Duchess Of Carnegie Hall,' Dies At 101

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What Happens When You Touch A Stranger

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A Male Belly Dancer, Social Activism On Instagram, 'Thriller'

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The iconic Princess Cottage (left), built in 1855, photographed in November 2012 in Union Beach, N.J., and the spot where the Princess Cottage used to be, seen again in 2013. Mario Tama/Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Miguel Piñero of the Nuyorican literary movement and poet Sandra Maria Esteves on the train in New York City in 1977. Bolivar Arellano hide caption

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Photographer Jaime Moore re-created portraits of famous women from history starring her daughter, Emma. Here, Emma poses as Amelia Earhart. Jaime Moore/Jaime Moore Photography hide caption

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Mother And Daughter Play A Remarkable Game Of Dress-Up

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