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Assignment 4 - Feedback

The feedback from my tutor on the fourth assignment was very encouraging, “this reads well.., I found both the picture and your write up fascinating” 654 more words

Roland Barthes

Dead Birds, Diane Arbus and Jolly Jogging Pram Pushers

I am no anthropologist. In fact, I am very little of anything. I read that some Native American cultures my have been wary of having their photographs taken. 845 more words

"Excruciating to Behold": The Art of Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus, A Castle in Disneyland, Cal. (1962), gelatin silver print, 20″ x 16″, courtesy the Estate of Diane Arbus

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My review of “diane arbus: in the beginning”, an exhibition currently on display at The Met Breuer, will be appearing in an upcoming issue of… 774 more words

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Quote of the Day on Nature Photo

Nature Photograph with Photography Quote:
“A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.” ― Diane Arbus… 32 more words

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Inspiring art in New York


This week I had a conference in New York on patents and patent trolls. I stayed in the conference hotel, the Times Square Sheraton. I was on the 32nd floor. 707 more words

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Previously Unseen Arbus - The New York Times

“Diane Arbus: In the Beginning” shows, among other things, that Arbus settled early on many of her major themes.

“Street photography was the advanced mode of the day, and practitioners like Lee Friedlander, William Klein, Helen Levitt and Garry Winogrand all claimed New York City as their turf. 108 more words

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Technique is overrated

We visited the Met Breuer (pronouced Broyer) museum today to see the Diane Arbus exhibit (pronounced dEEan.  She was particular about that), In the Beginning.  450 more words