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Diane Arbus' Early, Lesser Known Photographs to Be Exhibited at the Met Breuer

The New York Times reports that a Diane Arbus not many knew will be revealed through her earliest photographic work in Diane Arbus: In The Beginning, an exhibit set to premiere at the recently opened Met Breuer (which occupies the Whitney’s former location) on July 12th.  210 more words


Artist Presentation: Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus


Diane Arbus was an American photographer known for her work with and photos of “freaks”.

Arbus is also known for her street photography of people living in New York City. 95 more words


16-05-24 A Bit Of The Work Of The Last Week

A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know.

Diane Arbus


Diane Arbus

It is only a few months down the road that I did an exercise on Diane Arbus for the Context and Narrative module. My posting can be seen… 685 more words


New Nonfiction: Diane Arbus - Arthur Lubow

Arbus is arguably one of the few modern photographers who actually changed how we look at and feel about pictures. Her work has influenced everyone from Sally Mann to Stanley Kubrick. 544 more words


A3 Research: Insiders and Outsiders

“One is either a participant in unquestioned rites or a detached observer of them. To hold back midway from either of those positions is to temporise” (1: p.210)

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