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Inscription: Artist's estate stamps with inscriptions in ink, verso TC: "COPYRIGHT © 2007 // THE ESTATE OF DIANE ARBUS LLC // ALL RIGHTS RESERVED // THIS PHOTOGRAPH MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN // ANY WAY WHATSOEVER WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION // FROM THE ESTATE OF DIANE ARBUS LLC"; "A DIANE ARBUS PRINT #4304-11-4U-1114 // Doon Arbus [signature] // DOON ARBUS FOR THE ESTATE OF DIANE ARBUS LLC"; inscribed in dealer's hand in pencil, verso BRC: "DAQ
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A new show in Denmark offers European audiences a chance to re-engage with Diane Arbus’ body of work – enduring for its emotional complexity.
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If you take a glance at facebook or any other social media site you're bound to come across the dreaded "Mirror Portrait", mostly it's just a bunch of 15 year olds holding their cell phones up so they're far from dignified. That being said though, I was surprised to know that some of the most famous photographers around have taken their own version of this all to common shot.
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The distinctive power of her photographs is in their deep engagement, in her subjects’ frank exposure and our implied complicity.
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There are other dangers than gunfire for the war photographer, almost more than for the war correspondent: the temptations of angry partisanship or aestheticization of horror. Don McCullin is innocent of the first. “No one was my enemy, by the way,” he says, in the companion book to the show. “There was no enemy in war for me. I was a totally neutral, passing-through person.” The second hazard might be more problematic. Biafran children with bellies distended by hunger, two dead Khmer Rouge…
She was perhaps the most radical photographer of the 20th century. A new biography and Met exhibit make clear just how much she had to give up to get there.
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Diane Arbus photographed intimate moments of the shunned, the odd, the isolated, and the eccentric creating a catalogue of iconic images.
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A new show opening today at the Met Breuer explores the first decade of the iconic photographer’s career, tracing how the New York City native developed her dark and distinctive approach to capturing her hometown’s strange magic.
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