Frederick Gross returns Diane Arbus’s work to the moment in which it was produced and first viewed to reveal its broader significance for analyzing and mapping the culture of the 1960s. While providing a unique view of the social, literary, and artistic context within which Arbus worked, he also measures the true breadth and complexity of her achievement.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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