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Installation view of WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, March 4 – July 16, 2007 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, photo by Brian Forrest

Installation view of WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, March 4 – July 2007 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, photo by Brian Forrest

General view of atmosphere at the MOCA Leadership Circle Reception for Naked Hollywood: Weegee in Los Angeles and Kenneth Anger: ICONS at MOCA Grand Avenue on November 19, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.

General view of atmosphere at the MOCA Leadership Circle Reception for Naked Hollywood: Weegee in Los Angeles and Kenneth Anger: ICONS at MOCA Grand Avenue on November 2011 in Los Angeles, California.

General view of atmosphere at the MOCA Leadership Circle Reception for Naked Hollywood: Weegee in Los Angeles and Kenneth Anger: ICONS at MOCA Grand Avenue on November 19, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.

General view of atmosphere at the MOCA Leadership Circle Reception for Naked Hollywood: Weegee in Los Angeles and Kenneth Anger: ICONS at MOCA Grand Avenue on November 2011 in Los Angeles, California.

Photography fans examine a series of wall-mounted collages at Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business,' held at the New York Photo League, New York, New York, late 1941. The collages feature such headings as 'Murder,' 'More Murders,' and 'Ship Afire.' (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images)

Weegee's One Man Exhibition Stock Photos and Pictures

View of a pair of wall-mounted collages at Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business,' held at the New York Photo League, New York, New York, late 1941. The one on the right, 'Society,' features a series of Weegee's photographs, while the one on the left, under the heading 'This Space Reserved for the Latest Murders,' is intentionally void of images. (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images)

[Installation view of "Weegee: Murder Is My Business" at the Photo League, New York]

Photography fans examine a series of wall-mounted collages at Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business,' held at the New York Photo League, New York, New York, late 1941. The collages feature such headings as 'Fire,' 'Faces,' 'Murder: Manhattan Bloodbath,' and 'Society: The Social Register.' There is also a poster that states 'Due to Increase in Murders, the Photo League presents 2nd Edition Murder is My Businees by Weegee.' (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center…

Weegee's lurid photographs of New York City crime scenes would be considered tabloid journalism today. Yet, between 1935 and the photojournalist carved out a niche for himself -- a bloody, gr.

View of a wall-mounted collage titled 'Faces' at Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business: 2nd Edition,' held at the New York Photo League, New York, New York, late 1941. (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images)

View of a wall-mounted collage titled 'Faces' at Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business: 2nd Edition,' held at the New York Photo League, New York, New York, late 1941. (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images)

View of a wall-mounted collage at Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business,' held at the New York Photo League, New York, New York, late 1941. This poster, titled 'Weegee,' shows the photographer in several newspaper clippings, along with a copy of his fire department press pass and a reciept for 'Two Murders.' (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images)

Veduta della mostra “Weegee: Murder Is My Business” presso la Photo League, New York, 1941 Stampa alla gelatina d’argento © Weegee/International Center of Photography International Center of Photography

A wall-mounted collage from Weegee's one man exhibition, 'Murder is My Business' at the New York Photo League titled 'Sunday Tragedy,' features a series of Weegee's photographs that show the aftermath of a stampede to board an oversold excursion ship at the 132d Street pier in Harlem that killed three and injured forty, New York, New York, late 1941. The dead were part of a large annual Negro Odd Fellows Lodge boat ride up the Hudson River to Poughkeepsie on August 18, 1941. Three men were…

Veduta della mostra “Weegee: Murder Is My Business” presso la Photo League, New York, 1941 Stampa alla gelatina d’argento. © Weegee/International Center of Photography International Center of Photography