Every Picture Tells A Story: Young Stanley Kubrik’s mysterious showgirl

Every Picture Tells A Story: Stanley Kubrik's mysterious showgirl series

As a young and upcoming photographer, Stanley Kubrik landed a job for Look Magazine in 1949. This meant he got paid to trail in the wake of stunningly beautiful showgirl Rosemary Williams through the rainy Gothic streets of NYC and to capture her in her intimate surroundings of home along walking the film noir streets of New York after dusk. Found on Imgur but you can discover more of Kubrik’s photography for that shoot on the Museum of the City of York’s tumblr blog.

Every Picture Tells A Story: Stanley Kubrik's mysterious showgirl series

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