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Diane Arbus and Howard Nemerov

Very interesting post about sibling rivalry in the arts of poetry and photography.

Opening shot...

I photographed this simple yet poignant quotation outside the Seattle Space Centre last October, and now that the transfer of my garden photography training to a… 81 more words

Diane Arbus

“I never have taken a picture I’ve intended. They’re always...”

“I never have taken a picture I’ve intended. They’re always better or worse.”

– Diane Arbus, 1923 – 1971, American, photographer, writer

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“I never have taken a picture I’ve intended. They’re always...”

“I never have taken a picture I’ve intended. They’re always better or worse.”

– Diane Arbus, 1923 – 1971, American, photographer, writer

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What Catches Your Eye?

What is eye-catching to you?

I know that sounds painful, at least it does to me, however usually what grabs our attention isn’t painful, it’s pleasurable. 423 more words

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Study Visit Diane Arbus, Artists Rooms, Kirkcaldy Art Gallery. Saturday 21st March 2015

I have just found this photo of Diane Arbus, after thinking a great deal about her as a photographer and a woman.  I had imagined someone more glamorous, more sophisticated, with her society background and association with fashion.  660 more words

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Research Point: Diane Arbus - ‘A young Brooklyn family going for a Sunday outing, N.Y.C.’ (1966)

We are asked to read and reflect on Jobey’s essay about Diane Arbus and her image ‘A young Brooklyn family going for a Sunday outing, N.Y.C.’ (1966) (Jobey, 2005)The first thing that strikes me looking at the photograph is how uncomfortable the family looks.  323 more words

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