Past

ARTIST ROOMS: Diane Arbus

  • 13th March − 13th June 2010 | Modern Two (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art) | Admission free

The Show

ARTIST ROOMS Diane Arbus features some 70 black-and-white photographs, spanning the artist's career from the mid-1950s until her death in 1971. This outstanding selection of Arbus's images was put together by Anthony d'Offay, the donor of the ARTIST ROOMS collection, in collaboration with the artist's estate, and is one of the finest collections of her work in existence. The exhibition will also feature a small number of additional loans from a private collection, including an early self-portrait, taken when Arbus was pregnant with her first child in 1945.

ARTIST ROOMS Diane Arbus will feature some of her most celebrated images, including Tattooed man at a carnival, Md. 1970, and Young man and his pregnant wife in Washington Square Park, N.Y.C 1965. It will also include her lesser-known early work in 35 mm, as well as a very rare portfolio of original prints, A box of ten photographs, which Arbus produced shortly before her suicide in 1971.

 

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