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Diane, original name Diane Nemerov. 1923--71, US photographer, noted esp for her portraits of vagrants, dwarfs, transvestites, etc.
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Featuring highlights of the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the title includes short essays and full-color photographs of pieces from artists such as Andy Warhol, Kara Walker, Bill Viola, Cy Twombly, Frank Stella, Cindy Sherman, Julian Schnabel, Edward Ruscha, Mark Rothko, Robert Rauschenberg, Jackson Pollock, Kenneth Noland, Louise Nevelson, Piet Mondrian, Agnes Martin, Morris Louis, Sol Le Witt, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Ellsworth Kelly, Donald Judd, Arshile Gorky, Sam Francis, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Diane Arbus, and over 100 others.
Such an "in-the-life" aspect is outside of Grannan's purview, and it makes the photos seem that much more objectifying--like those of Diane Arbus, another oft-cited influence, though without the obsessive, clinical brilliance of Arbus's voyeurism.
The success of Arbus during 2001, crucial to the fortunes of thousands of workers at the wing making factory at Broughton, was the main profit driver.
But when Stern pitched the bizarre story over chow at Shay's stunning Neutra-designed house--filled with Francis Bacon paintings and Diane Arbus photographs--they might as well have been starring in Robert Airman's The Player, Recalls Stern with a grin: "Shay turned to me and said, `Being John Malkovich?
Among the photographers in the show who have made lasting contributions to the field are Berenice Abbott, Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, Dorothea Lange, and Cindy Sherman.
The presentation and reception is being hosted by Loreen Arbus (Television Producer, Author, Diversity Activist & President of The Loreen Arbus Foundation) and co-sponsored by The Walt Disney Studios .
ADAPTED FROM the 1984 biography by Patricia Bosworth, the new Arbus biopic has been a long time coming--twenty-two years, to be exact.
In this first full biography of her, photographer Diane Arbus (1923- 1971) is profiled, beginning with her childhood in New York, marriage and collaboration with Allan Arbus, work as a fashion photographer in the 1950s, life as a wife and mother, ultimate end to her marriage, and works during the 1960s, which focused on eccentric people, dwarfs, twins, and transvestites.
News of the order broke as the 3,000th set of Arbus wings was being delivered to the aircraft final assembly lines.
Freely admitting that Goldin was part of her inspiration along with Clarke and the New York lesbian-heroin art scene, Cholodenko thinks the main model for Lucy is more likely the late photographer Diane Arbus.
Presenters included Loreen Goldenson Arbus, daughter of Leonard H.