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    Helen Levitt, Who Froze New York Street Life on Film, Is Dead at 95

    Helen Levitt, Who Froze New York Street Life on Film, Is Dead at 95

    "Helen Levitt, a major photographer of the 20th century who caught fleeting moments of surpassing lyricism, mystery and quiet drama on the streets of her native New York, died in her sleep at her home in Manhattan on Sunday. She was 95...."

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    Re: Helen Levitt, Who Froze New York Street Life on Film, Is Dead at 95

    I can't think of any contemporary photographers like those of past mentioned in the article, that could replace them; Helen Levitt, Cartier-Bresson, Walker Evens ...

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