Leon Levinstein

Born in West Virginia in 1910, Leon Levinstein moved to New York in 1946 and studied with Alexey Brodovitch, artistic director of Harper’s Bazaar, and Photo League founder and teacher Sid Grossman, both important early advocates. By 1950, Levinstein was photographing strangers on the street, a practice he would continue for the next 35 years.

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