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Diane Arbus | Artspace. In her haunting black-and-white photographs, Diane Arbus captures the margins of society, from circus performers to transgendered individuals to identical twins, with many of her subjects displaying mental or physical disabilities. While she began her career as a commercial photographer and art director in the 1940s, working with her husband Allan to create images for fashion magazines and advertising campaigns, she soon turned her lens on less glamorous subjects…

Diane Arbus | Artspace. In her haunting black-and-white photographs, Diane Arbus captures the margins of society, from circus performers to transgendered individuals to identical twins, with many of her subjects displaying mental or physical disabilities. While she began her career as a commercial photographer and art director in the 1940s, working with her husband Allan to create images for fashion magazines and advertising campaigns, she soon turned her lens on less glamorous subjects…

This Brooklyn-based artist is highly influenced by graffiti and his work is playful, humorous and always exciting. The fluorescent 3D boxes made of paper tape are his trademark while in gallery exhibitions he shows another brilliant side of his creative brain. His sculptures, prints, works on canvas and cardboard, are equally clever.

This Brooklyn-based artist is highly influenced by graffiti and his work is playful, humorous and always exciting. The fluorescent 3D boxes made of paper tape are his trademark while in gallery exhibitions he shows another brilliant side of his creative brain. His sculptures, prints, works on canvas and cardboard, are equally clever.

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