An exhibition of some 350 photographs taken by the legendary press photographer Arthur Fellig, known as “Weegee” is now on view at Fotografiska in Stockholm. Here, violent death rubs shoulders with budding love on the intense streets of New York, in a time when the city was almost under siege from the mafia and corruption.
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