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Diane Arbus, Fire Eater at a carnival, Palisades Park, NJ, 1957; gift of Danielle and David Ganek, 2005; courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York / copyright © The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC. All rights reserved/

Diane Arbus, 1957 - Fire Eater at a carnival Palisades Park, N.

Artwork image, Diane Arbus, Lady on a bus, N.

Diane Arbus (1923–1971), Beauty contest at a nudist camp, PA., 1965  gelatin silver print

Diane Arbus Beauty contest at a nudist camp PA

Diane Arbus photo. Good subject matter and mood.

This landmark exhibition will feature more than 100 photographs that together redefine Diane Arbus (American, one of the most influential and provocative artists of the century. It will focus on the first seven years of her career, from 1956

Man in hat, trunks, socks and shoes, Coney Island, NY, 1960

The early work of Diane Arbus – in pictures

Diane Arbus 'Man in hat, trunks, socks and shoes, Coney Island, N.

A minister pictured by the Maharaja

The multiple wives of India’s ‘Photographer Prince’

Fascinating pictures shed light on the life of Maharaja Ram Singh II, who ruled in the famous pink city of Jaipur between 1835 and

Diane Arbus, 1961 -The Backwards Man in his hotel room N.Y.C.

The Backwards Man in his hotel room, NYC, 1961 by Diane Arbus

The Maharaja, an avid photographer, took portraits of noteworthy members of the royal cour...

The multiple wives of India’s ‘Photographer Prince’

The Maharaja, an avid photographer, took portraits of noteworthy members of the royal cour.

early unseen diane arbus photographs arrive at the met | look | i-D Diane Arbus, Lady on a bus, N.Y.C., 1957 © The Estate of Diane Arbus

early unseen diane arbus photographs arrive at the met

The exhibition "Diane Arbus: In the Beginning" features more than 100 photographs that together redefine Diane Arbus, one of the most influential and provocative artists of the century.

Ruined Polaroids by William Miller. Who says broken cameras are worthless? I happen to think these are great little pieces of art.

Ruined Polaroids by William Miller. Who says broken cameras are worthless? I happen to think these are great little pieces of art.

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