Photographer shares the secrets behind these iconic shots

New York Post
January 28, 2018
George Kalinsky was just a plucky art school grad with a camera slung over his shoulder when, in late 1965, he snuck into Muhammad Ali’s gym in Miami, snapped some photos of the boxer training with his coach and then brought the roll of film to Madison Square Garden. The arena had never had an official photographer before, but as the 81-year-old shutterbug told The Post, the brass there liked his “chutzpah.” A new exhibition, New York Through the Lens of George Kalinsky, which runs from Feb. 2 to June 3 at the New-York Historical Society, showcases more than 70 of the Long Island native’s history-making images. Read more…
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