Weegee would have loved it. As proud as he was of his photos he was just as proud of the creation of “Weegee the Famous”, and the show at the International Center of Photography that opened on Thursday evening, celebrates both the persona and the work. Also opening are three other exhibits that fill ICP with photographs that fulfil the description “International”.
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