Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

Shock Art and Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

Although this photo doesn't say a lot on its own as it's a bit ambiguous, as part of the series by Greg Semu its tells a story of post colonialisation in New Zeland and the restrictions that came with it

Although this photo doesn't say a lot on its own as it's a bit ambiguous, as part of the series by Greg Semu its tells a story of post colonialisation in New Zeland and the restrictions that came with it

This photo shows the true complecity of the transition stages of a transgender, neither showing a view of for or against in the photo, Pinkers purely documents the subject naturally in their room.

Online portfolio of Brussels based photographer Max Pinckers · Two Kinds of Memory and Memory Itself · Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty · The Fourth Wall · Lotus · Not in Order of Appearance

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

Shock Art and Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

Shock Art and Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

View Kid in Black-Face with Friend, N.C 1957 by Diane Arbus on artnet. Browse more artworks Diane Arbus from Fraenkel Gallery.

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

View A young man and his pregnant wife in Washington Square Park, NYC by Diane Arbus on artnet. Browse more artworks Diane Arbus from HK Art Advisory Projects.

Diane Arbus photographed the out of ordinary in people as a way of letting herself come out in her photography, although her photography didn't follow a set definition of documentary it still is a documentary of members of the public

View Patriotic Young Man with Flag, NYC by Diane Arbus on artnet. Browse more artworks Diane Arbus from Feldschuh Gallery.

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