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With a humanist and humorous gaze, Fred Stein took photos that provide a record of the everyday pageantry of New York and Paris between the world wars.

Little Italy, New York, 1943, Fred Stein

Little Italy, New York City, 1943 // photo by Fred Stein. Do not give these women any shit at all. Are we clear?

Dulce niñez...

Shirley Baker - Two young girls swing on a rope attached to a pavement lamppost outside a corner shop in Hulme, Manchester, 1965

Amanda Friedman, Bus, Westchester, CA  I love how this came out. It's completely black at the top but the light frames the bus

Amanda Friedman, Bus, Westchester, CA I love how this came out. It's completely black at the top but the light frames the bus

Pictured here are two women caught in a dust cloud in 1950s Mexico City. This work — on view in “Portraits and Other Likenesses” beginning May 8th! — is technically a documentary-style street photograph, but there’s something about it that feels like portraiture. Is this a portrait of a natural phenomenon, a portrait of two women, a portrait of Mexico City in the 50s? ‪ #PortraitsRedefined [Rodrigo Moya, “Polvareda, Ciudad de México (Dust Cloud, Mexico City)” (1958)]

Pictured here are two women caught in a dust cloud in Mexico City. This work — on view in “Portraits and Other Likenesses” beginning May — is technically a documentary-style street.

Le Daisy Bar.   Montmartre.  Paris

Le Daisy Bar. Montmartre. Paris

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