diane arbus(First Edition)

Diane Arbus



Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/-   Size/280*235*13
A collection of photographs by American female photographer Diane Arbus (first edition). A bestseller that has been reprinted to date. "I take pictures because there are things that no one wants to see without me," commented in an interview with Arbus. He is a photographer famous for portraits of eccentrics, mentally ill people, paraphilia, nudists, etc., who are commonly referred to as freaks who have turned away from their eyes. It was held at MoMA in 1967 and was selected for the "New Documents Exhibition" that had a great influence on the photography world later, and the future was expected, but suddenly suicide in 1972, its existence becomes a legend. Although Arbus did not publish a photobook during his lifetime, this book was edited by his daughter Doon Arbus after his death and designed by Marvin Izrael, a friend of mine who studied under Alexey Brodovitch. This book is the first edition published in 1972, and also includes "Two girls in indentical raincoats", which was deleted after the second edition.
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