Tag Archives: Weegee’s New York

Secret Lovers

“It was after midnight and jet black. One of those nights when the moon forgets to come out… but the sweethearts like that. I took my shoes off so as not to get sand in them and went walking in … Continue reading

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Hall of Mirrors

  Weegee, Clown, ca. 1958 This group of distorted clown images shows a variety of techniques Weegee used in his photographic manipulations. Weegee constantly drove to push the boundaries of what he could do with photography and, while working on … Continue reading

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The Weegee Suitcase

Suitcases (and trunks) have played an important role in the life and work of Weegee. For Usher H. Fellig, (born 1899) who immigrated from Lemberg, Austria (now Lviv, Ukraine), with his mother and three siblings, and arrived in New York … Continue reading

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