The Human Parade

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 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 of 20,000 of his original prints from the...

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