Diane Arbus Revelations.
Photographs by Diane Arbus. Text by Sandra S. Phillips, Neil Selkirk, Elizabeth Sussman, Doon Arbus, and Jeff L. Rosenheim.
Random House, Inc, Westminster, 2003. 352 pp., 562 color illustrations, 10x12¾".
In the past two months, due to the opening of the major retrospective mounted by the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, much has been written on the short, meteor-like life of Diane Arbus. Leaving behind a body of work that is both brilliant and difficult at the same time (when is brilliance ever bereft of difficulties, though?), Arbus has been placed on the center stage once again. Two new, substantial books offer homage to her troubled genius. The first is the catalogue to the MoMA show. The second, published by Yale, is based on numerous previously unknown contact sheets made as part of her 'family album' project. Considerable texts accompany each book.
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