Diane Arbus - A Jewish giant at home with his parents in the Bronx, N.Y. (1970)

Artist Analysis 7 Diane Arbus, Jewish Giant at Home with His Parents, 1970 The central subject in this Diane Arbus photograph is not only mentioned explicitly in the title but is also clearly seen in.

Diane Arbus. Identical twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967.  http://diane-arbus-photography.com/

The Photographic Fascination With Twins

Diane Arbus, Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967 (This photo also inspired Stanley Kubrick’s image of the Grady twins in The Shining.

Diane Arbus. Self-portrait.

Diane Arbus' photo also stood out to me because some photos are not composed ike this, the subject all the way to one side and the person covering their whole face. However I like this photo in which she seems to be hiding her insecurities.

PHOTOGRAPHY - Lempertz (Diane Arbus, "Female Impersonators at the Apollo Theater") nude wall

Bid now on Two Female Impersonators Backstage, N. by Diane Arbus. View a wide Variety of artworks by Diane Arbus, now available for sale on artnet Auctions.

Diane Arbus, Teenage Boy, NYC, 1961

Diane Arbus, Teenage Boy, NYC, 1961 Diane Arbus often photographed people with deformities. This boy however doesn't appear to have any, this shows that she photographed people on the streets as well.

Allan Arbus and Diane | diane-arbus-vb3xkdad7-275785-500-705_large

Diane Arbus, cazadora de la belleza monstruosa

William Klein, Gun New York, 1955 (Kids with guns,someone should of seen this common')

Step into my Attic, by diane arbus

Vintage Halloween photo kids costumes children retro kitsch masks spooky scary trick or treating black and white

Diane Arbus: Child in a Nightgown, Shelter Island, New York, 1957

Black & White Photography Inspiration Picture Description Diane Arbus, Child in a Night Gown, Shelter Island, New York, 1957

Diane Arbus. La posa della ragazza e la sua espressione, come è stato riempito il fotogramma dal vestito e dalla mano. il braccio bianco sulla gonna nera

Diane Arbus

diane arbus: Diane Arbus was an American photographer and writer noted for black-and-white square photographs of "deviant and marginal people or of people whose normality seems ugly or surreal.

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