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Top Definition. weegee. a slightly disturbing version of Luigi with a distinct creepy , unsettling stare.

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(WEEGEE) Fellig - Old QSL Cards
Arthur (WEEGEE) Fellig - *1899-1968* SWL - Weegee born in 1899 emigrated to NYC in 1909 from either Austria-Galacia or now days The Ukraine, fleeing ...
In the Police Wagon, in the Press, and in The Museum of - MoMA
(A Note on Weegee's Frank Pape, Arrested for Homicide, November 10, 1944). Jason E. Hill.
Weegee's Jewishness - Taylor & Francis Online
Weegee's Jewishness. Samantha Baskind. A New York photojournalist who specialised in scenes of crime and disaster, Weegee also made photographs ...
PHOTOJOURNALISM Arthur Fellig (Weegee) and Homai Vyarawalla
Arthur Fellig (Weegee) and Homai Vyarawalla. David Finkelstein. Introduction.
J. Paul Getty Museum Weegee Listening Station - The Getty
J. Paul Getty Museum Weegee Listening Station Evaluation. Led by: Tim Hart.

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'Crime Stories: Photography and Foul Play' Is a Rogues' Gallery
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Alongside some of the earliest pictures ever made by photographic pioneer Hippolyte Bayard, the gallery is also showing, for the first time, a selection of vintage Weegee prints, which were recently discovered in the American “Newspaper Enterprise ...
Weegee exhibit features photographer who turned murder into art
One of the most cherished romantic myths is that of the artist, neglected during his or her lifetime, who earns recognition posthumously.
On the town: Weegee's forgotten wartime shots – in pictures
Arthur Fellig, aka Weegee, was the renegade chronicler of New York's streets in the 1930s and 40s.
Weegee's photos: From the macabre to the magnificent
In New York in the 1930s and '40s, a photographer known as Weegee pioneered the grisly arts of tabloid photography, specializing in pictures of murder's aftermath. But there was a lot more to his work. With an exhibit now running at the Ryerson Image ...

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Weegee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Weegee was the pseudonym of Arthur Fellig (June 12, 1899 – December 26, 1968), a photographer and photojournalist, known for his stark black and white ...
Weegee | International Center of Photography
Weegee, born Usher Fellig on June 12, 1899 in the town of Lemburg (now in Ukraine), first worked as a photographer at age fourteen, three years after his family ...
Weegee: Murder Is My Business | International Center of Photography
For an intense decade between 1935 and 1946, Weegee (1899– – 1968) was one of the most relentlessly inventive figures in American photography.
Weegee | Know Your Meme
Weegee is a photoshop meme based on the avatar of Luigi. Placing Weegee in an image creates awkward situations and a sense of discomfort.
Weegee (Arthur Fellig) (Getty Museum) - The Getty
As legend tells it, Arthur Fellig earned the nickname Weegee during his early career as a freelance press photographer in New York City. His apparent sixth ...

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