Dennis Stock, 81, a celebrated photographer who
helped immortalize Hollywood stars such as James Dean, captured the
tension and mood of jazz musicians in their smoky habitat and catalogued
the rebellious 1960s counterculture of bikers and hippies, died Jan. 11
at his home in Sarasota, Fla.
Magnum, the photographers' co-operative agency
where Mr. Stock spent much of his career, confirmed the death but did
not provide further details.
Read the complete obituary in The Washington Post.