Diane Arbus, Young Couple on a Bench in Washington Square Park, NYC
Young couple on a bench in Washington Square Park, NYC
Diane Arbus, Transvestite at her birthday party
Diane Arbus, “Transvestite at her birthday party”
Diane Arbus, Woman with eyeliner, NYC
Diane Arbus, “Woman with eyeliner, NYC”
Diane Arbus, Blonde Girl with Shiny Lipstick
Blonde girl with shiny lipstick, NYC

Diane Arbus was an American photographer best known for her controversial, black and white portraits of marginalized people. Born Diane Nemerov on March 24, 1923, Arbus lived and worked in New York City until the time of her suicide in July of 1971. Today, Arbus’s works are held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and many others.

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