Diane Arbus – Documentary, 1972


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Going Where I’ve Never Been: The Photography of Diane Arbus

The work of photographer Diane Arbus as explained by her daughter, friends, critics, and in her own words as recorded in her journals. Illustrated with many of her photographs. Mary Clare Costello, narrator Themes: Arbus’ quirky go-it-alone approach. Her attraction to the bizarre, people on the fringes of society: sexual deviants, odd types, the extremes, styles in questionable taste, poses and situations that inspire irony or wonder. Where most people would look away she photographed.
– Written by Stephan Chodorov, writer

William Eggleston: Master of Photography


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He shot color film during a time when his peers were all shooting black and white. His icon images of the U.S.A. are still used to day on record albums and shown in museums.

William Eggleston (born July 27, 1939), is an American photographer. He is widely credited with increasing recognition for color photography as a legitimate artistic medium to display in art galleries.