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Lovers with glasses at the Palace Theatre (Infra-red) 1943 //Arthur Fellig aka Weegee

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The Art of Empathy: Joel-Peter Witkin and Jerome Witkin

The first joint exhibition of two of America's most respected living artists, Joel-Peter Witkin and Jerome Witkin at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts raises intriguing questions about the similarities between these remarkable twins.

Abe Smith and Tom Shipp

Abe Smith and Tom Shipp were killed when a crowd broke into the jail and lynched them on Aug Smith tried to free him self from the noose, so he was lowered and his hands were broken. This image stands in remembrance of the injustice of racism.

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey happened to be in New York the morning of and made his way to Ground Zero. Ten years ago, TIME published Nachtwey's extraordinary pictures from the day, but he had not revisited those 27 rolls of film since.

50 Of The World’s Most Iconic Photos And The Stories Behind Them

The World's Most Iconic Photos And The Stories Behind Them:Haunted by what he had seen in Sudan and severely criticised for not helping the little girl, photographer Kevin Carter committed suicide a few months after this photo was taken.

Weegee exhibition: Weegee: Murder Is My Business

Shot dead: Weegee's murder photographs go on show – in pictures

Installation view of “Weegee: Murder Is My Business” at the Photo League, New York, 1941 © Weegee/International Center of Photography

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The Ouija Photographer

Weegee (Arthur Fellig) New York City heat spell, Children Sleeping on the fire escape - 1938

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