Stanley Kubrick, Street Photographer

In the late 1940s, Stanley Kubrick was a staff photographer for LOOK magazine. He shot the celebrities as well as the everyday people of New York City, and just last month Museum of the City of New York opened up a 7000+ photo archive of Kubrick’s work. MCNY has a blog post of his subway photographs, and the entire collection can be browsed on their site. We’ve picked a few shots of fashion-forward gentlemen, like Dwight Eisenhower (then pres of Columbia University) and Jules Dassin.
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"New York: World Art Center [Artist sitting on a chair on the sidewalk.]"

"New York: World Art Center [Artist sitting on a chair on the sidewalk.]"

Jules Dassin on the set of The Naked City

Jules Dassin on the set of The Naked City

Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, Columbia University

Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, Columbia University

Mickey, Shoe Shine Boy, and class

Mickey, Shoe Shine Boy, and class

"People mugging"

"People mugging"

"People mugging"

"People mugging"

"People mugging"

"People mugging"

Jules Dassin on the set of The Naked City

Jules Dassin on the set of The Naked City

Mickey, Shoe Shine Boy

Mickey, Shoe Shine Boy

Dwight Eisenhower, Columbia University

Dwight Eisenhower, Columbia University

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