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Stanley Kubrick 

Stanley Kubrick 

Between 1945 and 1950, Stanley Kubrick worked as a staff photographer for LOOK magazine. He was not yet Kubrick, the famous film director; he was just Stanley, the kid from the Bronx with an uncanny photographic sensibility. Only 17 years old when he joined the magazine’s ranks, he was by far its youngest photographer. Kubrick often turned his camera on his native city, drawing inspiration from the variety of personalities that populated its spaces. Photographs of nightclubs, street scenes, and sporting events were amongst his first published images, and in these assignments, Kubrick captured the pathos of ordinary life in a way that belied his young age. The Museum’s collection contains 129 of Kubrick’s assignments for the magazine, encompassing more than 15,000 individual images, the vast majority of them never published. 


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Stanley Kubrick 
Walter Cartier - Prizefighter of Greenwich Village [Walter Cartier during a fight.]
Columbia University [Woman carrying a large stack of books down stairs.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey at his shoe shine stand.]
Johnny on the Spot; Johnny Grant's wire-recorded adventures in New York City [Johnny Grant climbing through a window.]
Columbia University [Students hugging.]
Columbia University [Students drawing a nude in art class.]
Circus [Trapeze artists.]
Betsy Von Furstenberg [With friends.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey bringing laundry to the laudromat.]
Mrs. Farrington at the Stork Club [Mrs. Farrington performing on stage.]
Vaughn Monroe [Band member playing the clarinet.]
Peter Arno [Arno at the bar with a woman.]
Peter Arno [Arno and a woman at a bar.]
People Mugging [Man smoking a cigar.]
Street Conversations [Group of men talking on the street.]
Street Conversations [Three women talking on the street.]
Columbia University [Students looking at a compression testing machine.]
Columbia University [Student carrying a stack of books down stairs.]
Boxing [at the] Police Athletic League [Two boys boxing.]
Arthur Godfrey [Horse show jumping.]
Palisades Amusement Park [Roller coaster.]
People Mugging [Portrait of a man on the street.]
Street Conversations [Three women talking on the street.]
Circus [Woman with a monkey on roller skates.]
Palisades Amusement Park [Wall of death.]
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