There is a wonderful exhibition of photographs by acclaimed photographer Weegee at the
(I figure that a wide angle view that doesn't focus on specific works is OK . . . shhhh!)
Weeegee photographed gritty reality in the 1930s and 40s: crime scenes, fires, accidents,
"To make pictures, you have to mingle . . . with presidents, queens, and gangsters . . . with everybody. You can't just be polite. You have to go around sticking your nose into other people's business."