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Vienna-born photographer Fred Fehl (1906-1995) began his career in stage photography shortly after arriving in New York in 1939. While working as a children's photographer to support himself, he pursued his love of theater by taking live shots of theater productions. He showed his prints to press agents and soon had a thriving career as a theater, dance, and music photographer. Between 1940 and 1985, Fehl documented more than 1,000 theater productions and photographed performances by more than fifty dance companies and choreographers, among them the American Ballet Theatre and the New York City Ballet for whom he became the official photographer. The Fred Fehl dance collection provides a comprehensive visual record of American theater and dance from World War II until the mid 1980s.

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