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December 18th, 2009

Pictures of the Year

“I have been a witness and these photographs are my testimony.”  James Nachtway

‘Tis the season for the multiple lists of photographic retrospectives.  The first to cross our in-box include this special issue from Time magazine that begins with a introductory letter from Richard Stengel titled, “A Window on Momentous Events.”  We will list additional retrospectives as they become available, so keep coming back to check in over the next several weeks.

TIME SPECIAL

Additional Retrospectives:  Big Picture 1, 2, 3, Pictures of the Decade; NYTNYT-Documenting the Decade;  AOL: The People’s Choice, Editor’s Choice; LA Times; Charlotte Observor; Washington Post: Best of the Decade, Best of 2009; Chicago Tribune; Wall Street Journal; New Yorker

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