Introduction
Frederick William McDarrah (November 5, 1926 – November 6, 2007) was an American staff photographer for The Village Voice and an author. He became famous for documenting the cultural phenomenon known as the Beat Generation from its inception in the 1950s. In his book The Artist's World in Pictures, co-authored with Thomas B. Hess, McDarrah documented the New York art world, the New York School and the world of Abstract expressionism in New York City during the late 1950s.
Wikidata
Q5496473
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Introduction
Worked at the Village Voice beginning in the mid-1950s as an ad saleman, then as staff photographer, and later picture editor. He documented bohemian life in Greenwich Village, most notably the "Beats." Several collections of his photographs have been published.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Author, Photojournalist, Photographer
Names
Fred W. McDarrah, Frederick William McDarrah
Ulan
500074527
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