About the American photographer, Diane ARBUS (1923-1971)

Diane ARBUS (born as Diane Nemerov) was an American photographer and photojournalist of Russian Jewish descent. She became known above all for her sensitive and unsparing portraits of eccentrics and marginal figures of society, in which she brought out the memorably different and peculiar. She was the first American photographer whose work was exhibited at the Venice Biennale (1972). An overview of her work, conceived after her death in 1972 as a traveling exhibition 1972-79, made her known to an audience of millions.

Photo books by and about the work of Diane ARBUS

'Monograph' (1972, 2003, 2011); 'Magazine Work' (1984, 2004); 'Untitled' (1995, 2011); 'In the Beginning' (2016); 'Arbus. Friedlander. Winogrand. New Documents, 1967' (2017)

This anthology contains 160 pictures by ninety female photographers to answer the question of whether there is a 'female gaze' in photography. The focus is on the four major subject areas of social reality, family, female body and virtual reality.
39,80 € * Weight 1.4 kg
The photo book 'In the Beginning' covers the first seven years in the work of the American photographer Diane ARBUS. The monograph contains over 100 early photographs from 1956 to 1962, which clearly show the development of her typical, suggestive images.
39,80 € *
In German language 'Hinter der Kamera', Juliet Hacking portrays 38 of the most important personalities in the history of photography. By working out contexts, the portraits add to an overview of great innovations, trends and developments in photography.
24,80 € * Weight 1.3 kg
Out-of-print photo catalog 'Streetwise' brings together the work of photographers who explored social change in the 1960s in the USA: Diane ARBUS, Ruth BARUCH, Jerry BERNDT, Bruce DAVIDSON, Lee FRIEDLANDER, Danny LYON, Garry WINOGRAND & Ernest WITHERS.
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SC with dust jacket, 19 x 24,5 cm., 106 pp., many color & b/w ills., English
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The famous monograph on the work of American photographer Diane ARBUS in German translation. The representative overview of her work complements the photographs with writings and interview passages and became itself a reference work and a book classic.
from 19,80 € Weight 0.9 kg
In 'Outsiders. American Photography and Film 1950s-1980s', Diane ARBUS, Garry WINOGRAND, Nan GOLDIN, Danny LYON, Kenneth Anger, D.A. Pennebaker & Shirley Clarke bring into focus the pleasure to defy status quo and set stage for a more inclusive culture.
24,00 € * Weight 0.7 kg
This volume, 'New Documents 1967', about an exhibition that was to give photography a new direction - coinciding with the emergence of the RAF in the then FRG - contains documents as well as photographs by Diane ARBUS, Lee FRIEDLANDER and Garry WINOGRAND.
19,80 €
'Photographers A-Z' brings together photographers who have made a significant contribution to photographic culture, as well as the most important photographic volumes of the past century. The entries are illustrated with facsimiles from books & magazines.
from 16,00 €
Illuminating fifty years of evolution in the field of art criticism, 'Diane Arbus Documents' provides a new template for understanding the work of any formidable artist. An important resource for photographers, researchers, art historians, and art critics
88,00 € *