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Fred W. McDarrah
Fred W. McDarrah was the most curious, knowledgeable, and indefatigable chronicler of the New York scene over the second half of the 20th century. He began to photograph the artists, writers, musicians, and actors who frequented the bars and coffee houses, art galleries and cafes in Greenwich Village not because he was assigned to, but because he wanted to document what he called, "The most colorful community of interesting people, fascinating places, and dynamic ideas." McDarrah had a 50-year association with the Village Voice newspaper, the house organ of the post-war counterculture. Many of his subjects, often little known when McDarrah shot them, became cultural icons: Kerouac, Dylan, Warhol, Ginsberg. Like McDarrah, they all were denizens, in one way or another, of Greenwich Village.
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