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Fotografía de Weegee Arthur Fellin Pump - Lower East Side Manhattan hot time in the city Weegee

Real(Mislabeled) - Three-Eyed Cat - The images are not real but are works of photographic art by Weegee aka Arthur Fellig. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weegee   https://eclecticlivinghome.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/weegee-arthur-felig-1899-1968/

If I could save cats in a bottle."Bela Lugosi is back"

Wilshire Blvd., circa 1953. Photograph by Weegee (real name: Usher Fellig)  Bizarre Los Angeles.

, circa Photograph by Weegee (real name: Usher Fellig) Bizarre Los Angeles.

Murder victim outside "The Spot Bar and Grill" December 9, 1939. The photo is by Weegee, whose real name was Arthur Felig, a freelance press photographer.

Murder victim outside "The Spot Bar and Grill" December The photo is by Weegee, whose real name was Arthur Felig. Weegee was a press photographer who worked the Lower East Side during.

Emmett Kelly, May 7, 1943  Weegee  1943:  phyllis creepy clown pictures are of him

American circus performer Emmett Kelly in character as the clown Weary Willie lifts his hat at the circus 1943 Photo by Weegee/International Center.

TODAY AT ARTBAR  David Clark: The Smile without the Cat: A Lecture about Aesthetics . The Smile without the Cat: A Lecture about Aesthetics is a performance examining the smile and an array of cultural scientific and historical ideas that surround our understanding of this innate human gesture. I am particularly interested in how the smile has become embodied in our language our culture and our technology. The script for this work touches on subjects such as: Real Smiles and False Smiles The…

TODAY AT ARTBAR David Clark: The Smile without the Cat: A Lecture about Aesthetics . The Smile without the Cat: A Lecture about Aesthetics is a performance examining the smile and an array of cultural scientific and historical ideas that surround our understanding of this innate human gesture. I am particularly interested in how the smile has become embodied in our language our culture and our technology. The script for this work touches on subjects such as: Real Smiles and False Smiles The…

“The day, the living day, the actual moment, the pang of real life, — to be faithful to this, one must always pay attention, one must never dismiss anything a priori as too trivial.”

Perception and the Power of the Critical Imagination: Alfred Kazin on Embracing Contradiction and How the Sacredness of Human Attention Shapes Our Reality

Under the Third Avenue Elevated, 1938 Photograph: Weegee/International Center of Photography The best of Weegee's New York street photography – in pictures

Weegee, whose real name was Arthur Fellig, was famous for sensational but artfully composed black-and-white pictures of crime scenes, fires and other

If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats

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