The Human Parade


WEEGEE: Couple in Voodoo Trance, ca. 1956

No New Yorker was safe from Weegee's lens — not the grieving widow, the flirting husband, destitute children or drunks on the Bowery as they were bundled into a police wagon. And the Big Apple crime photographer named Usher Fellig, later anglicized to Arthur Fellig but internationally famous under his two-syllable pseudonym, is set to haunt the public again with his [an error occurred while processing this directive]revealing and sometimes macabre images. "Unknown Weegee" will appear at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City from June 9 to Aug. 27.

The exhibit is drawn from the ICP's collection...

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