|Birth: ||Apr. 9, 1925|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 3, 1995|
Art Kane born Arthur Kanofsky was a fashion and music photographer active from the 1950s through early 1990s who created many portraits of musicians, including Bob Dylan, The Who and the Rolling Stones.
During World War Two he served in an unusual deception unit known as The Ghost Army.
He began to explore his passion for photography and in 1958, he managed to assemble 57 legendary jazz musicians, for Esquire magazine in 1958 called "A Great Day in Harlem"
Art Kane is credited for the photograph of John DeLorean with the DeLorean DMC-12 sports car that was the basis for the only magazine advertisement ever created by DeLorean Motor Company.
Art Kane at age 69 committed suicide in 1995.
Created by: Lorenzo Brieba
Record added: Dec 23, 2011
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