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Recording the life and moments of people society had forgotten… or chosen to ignore, Diane Arbus is heralded as one of the most important documentary photographers of the 20 th century. Diane Arbus photographed intimate moments of the shunned, the odd, the isolated, and the eccentric creating a catalogue of iconic images sometimes viewed as dark, confrontational and exploitative. Did her lens give her subjects a voice or place them behind a viewing glass, creating a series of cultural curiosities? Some have viewed her work as an important record; giving voice and visibility to those existing on the social periphery. The people and the social moments Diane Arbus captured were a far cry from her upscale New York upbringing.
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Diane Arbus' daring early work: 'It was a story that went untold, until now'

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Proof of Life: The Iconic Photography of Diane Arbus

Please refresh the page and retry. I n , Diane Arbus sent a self-portrait to her husband, who had been posted to India during the war. Reflected in the bedroom mirror, Arbus is naked except for a pair of boyish white briefs, and she is pregnant. The camera stands next to her at shoulder height; her leg is draped around the tripod as if the apparatus were her partner and she were about to dance with it. Her eyes are directed at herself, not at the lens, which gives her a slightly faraway look, and her head is tilted as if in inquiry.
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Proof of Life: The Iconic Photography of Diane Arbus

Female Impersonator holding long gloves, Hempstead, L. No photographer managed to disrupt the normal and humanize the fringes of society with as much elegance and poise as Diane Arbus. Her photographs of two eerie identical twin girls, a disjointed boy holding toy grenades, and a naked, seemingly-post-coital dwarf are still unabashed masterpieces today, nearly half a century after they were taken. But diane arbus: in the beginning , her ongoing exhibition at the Met Breuer focuses less on her known images; more than two-thirds of the over photographs on display have never been publicly shown before—new discoveries from earlier in her career. The photographs on display show glimpses of the same subject matter and humanizing approach Arbus would cement in her later work.
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The photos highlight the outcasts of American society, such as giants, dwarves and transvestites. The series also includes a shot of a nudist couple sitting in their living room — but while we cannot see it, the photographer was also naked. Another photo features Eddie Carmel, a Jewish giant at home with his parents in the Bronx.
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