Weegee shows Stanley Kubrick his Rolleiflex camera
Arthur Fellig (aka Weegee) and Andy Warhol
Weegee, "Joy of Living," 1942)
Victory Celebration, 1945
Distortion (Charlie Chaplin), c.1955
Morning After (nude distortion), c.1950
Weegee gave Manhattan the name during his years as a street and crime photographer.Weegee lived in a single room at 5 Centre Market Place from the mid-1930s to 1947,shooting what would become the film noir of life-and death- in New York.