the late Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus NYC Automat
circa 1968.
Roz Kelly/Michael Ochs Archives
via Getty Images

Toronto. I was first introduced to the works of Diane Arbus around 1970 in the TIME-LIFE series of books on photography. They conveyed little if any of her tumultuous history. In the NY Times for Thursday, March 8th an article celebrated International Woman’s Day by discussing those now famous women who were ignored on their death.

My thanks to George Dunbar for bringing to my attention this series of fine biographies including that for Ms Arbus (born Diane  Nemerov in NYC).

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