Images Of The Dead And The Change They Provoke

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A soldier with the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division on March 20, 2003, among the first troops to set foot in Iraq in that year's invasion. David P. Gilkey /Detroit Free Press/MCT hide caption

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Leap into the Void, 1960 (Yves Klein, Harry Shunk and Jean Kender) The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Courtesy of the National Gallery of Art hide caption

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Fake It 'Til You Make It: What Came Before Photoshop

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And The Award For Best Picture Goes To....

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The bucardo, or Pyrenean ibex, lived high in the Pyrenees until its extinction in 2000. Three years later, researchers attempted to clone Celia, the last bucardo. The clone died minutes after birth. Taxidermic specimen, Regional Government of Aragon, Spain Robb Kendrick/National Geographic hide caption

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It's Called 'De-Extinction' — It's Like 'Jurassic Park,' Except It's Real

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Film Cameras Help Young People Act On Nostalgia For A Time They Never Knew

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For John Baldessari, Conceptual Art Means Serious Mischief

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