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“Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs”

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Photograph: Courtesy Stanley Kubrick/Museum of the City of New York/SK Film Archives LLC

Time Out says

Years before he'd put the unmistakable imagery of 2001 and The Shining to celluloid, Stanley Kubrick was a teenage photojournalist in New York. The Skirball is celebrating that lesser-known period in Kubrick's career with a collection of over 130 of his photographs.

“Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs” focuses on the filmmaker's early work for Look magazine, with a special emphasis on his depictions of human relationships, organizations and celebrities, as well as his channeling of film noir aesthetic touches.

The chronologically-arranged exhibition arrives at the Skirball on October 17 and runs through March 8, 2020.


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