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Ferdinando Scianna, Aci Trezza, Sicile, 1987


Walter Rosenblum (American, 1919-2006),  Argument Nut Game, Rivington St., Lower East Side, NY, 1938. 


Walter Rosenblum (American, 1919-2006), Woman Standing in Doorway, East Harlem, NY, 1951.

by Oscar Gustave Rejlander



Stanley Kubrick, From Shoeshine Boy, 1947.


Bill Brandt, The Queen Elizabeth, 1946


Jean-Pierre Laffont, Summer at Riverside Park (from the photo book New York City Up and Down), 1965.  


Jean-Pierre Laffont, Brooklyn (from the photo book New York City Up and Down), 1971.


Louis Draper (1935-2002), Grow-Rich


William Carter, Iran, 1998.