Weegee's New York: Photography 1930-1960

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Legendary photojournalist Weegee's unflinching eye led him to territory few other photographers of his time dared to go. His New York was not the glamorous world of nightclubs and bustling sidewalks, but of the back alleys and forgotten tenements that bore witness to the city's tragedy and violence. Weegee's New York is a city wounded by the Great Depression, in the throes of unemployment and poverty, of crime, corruption, and prostitution. Taken mostly at night and marked by the characteristically harsh, artificial light ...

Weegee's New York: Photography 1930-1960 2000, Te Neues Publishing Company, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9783823854715

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