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See Art Kane's Most Memorable Music Portraits

On a Sunday morning in August 1958, Art Kane waited on E. 126th Street in Harlem. He was waiting for Charles Mingus, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk, Count Basie and dozens of other jazz greats he’d invited to show up for a group photo that would appear in an Esquire special issue on jazz. 862 more words

ART KANE: RETROSPECTIVE

ART KANE: RETROSPECTIVE
11 DECEMBER 2014 TO 14 FEBRUARY 2015
SNAP GALLERIES — LONDON UK

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EXHIBITIONS

Art Kane: Retrospective

Art Kane (1925 – 1995) was one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. His work deals with fashion, editorial, celebrity portraiture, travel, and is known for his… 192 more words

London

Another low: Hickenlooper staffer threatens to call police on investigative reporter

That’s Allen Fuller, the communications director for Republican Colorado gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez, asking about the arrest of reporters. The reason? Former Denver Post reporter, former Channel 7 investigative executive producer and current Watchdog.org investigative reporter Art Kane says he was threatened with arrest for trying to procure Gov. 216 more words

US Politics

The Weekend Photographers Corner Art Kane 1925 - 1995 A Friend

Of the first three photographers, I highlighted two I meet and worked with, Ernst Hass and Dan Budnik at Frenchy’s Color Lab in NYC. Frenchy’s and there was a Frenchy who was one of those bigger than life characters  he came to New York from France around 1947-48 and started working in the New York as a motorcycle messenger.   298 more words

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