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Weegee

Weegee (1899 – 1968, Ukraine), whose real name was Arthur Fellig, lived across the street from a police headquarters in Manhattan. He listened to his police scanner while lying in bed at night and was known to arrive on the scene before the police. Between 1935 and 1946, Weegee most famously haunted the crime and fatality scenes of New York, capturing often disturbing images of the dead, of those gathered to watch, and of police attempts to investigate and clean up. He also drifted into the darkness and candidly captured cinemagoers in New York: gangs of giggling kids, sombre popcorn eaters and lovers in the back row.

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