Fred Stein (b. 1909 in Dresden, Germany — d. 1967 in New York) has not received the attention he deserves. In his lifetime, he photographed the who’s who of the 20th century in his two adopted cities: Paris and New York. His lack of renown owes itself in part to his death before the surge of interest in photography in the 1970s.
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