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Johnny Grant and Showgirls - 1946 New York Life in the 40s, Photographs by Stanley Kubrick for Look magazine.

Stanley Kubrick's New York Stanley Kubrick started his career as a photographer. He was the youngest professional photographer for Look Magazine. You've maybe seen his most famoust photo of a newsvendor reacting to the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, but others are less known.

Shoe Shine Boys – 1947. New York. photo by Stanley Kubrick for Look Magazine

Stanley Kubrick’s New York: Photos of Life in the 40s / Betsy Von Furstenberg,1949, published by Look magazine / Kubrick—who wrote and directed Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining—was one of America’s most influential filmmakers. Directors ranging from the Coen Brothers to Tim Burton paid visual homage to his works in their own films, and no less than Steven Spielberg said: “Nobody could shoot a picture better in history.” Click twice the picture.

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Lingerie model smoking in an office, Chicago, 1949. Photo by Stanley Kubrick

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stanley kubrick 1947. copacabana show girls backstage . from museum of new york city