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 (är′bəs), Diane 1923-1971.
American photographer best known for her portraits of prostitutes, transvestites, persons with physical deformities, and other unconventional subjects.

Arbus

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(Biography) Diane, original name Diane Nemerov. 1923–71, US photographer, noted esp for her portraits of vagrants, dwarfs, transvestites, etc
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Among those holiday films insured by Fireman's Fund for release in November are "Santa Clause 3," starring Tim Allen (November 3), "Stranger Than Fiction," a comedy/drama with Will Ferrell (November 10), "Fur," a chronicle of the life of photographer Diane Arbus, starring Nicole Kidman (November 10), "Bobby," a dramatization of the assassination of Robert Kennedy (November 17), "Casino Royale," the new James Bond movie (November 17), "For Your Consideration," a Christopher Guest satire (November 22), and "The Fountain," a science fiction tale starring Hugh Jackman (November 22).
Arbus wrings out the cliche that a photograph doesn't lie and rehangs it as a riddle.
This tender documents relates to the management of the following services - School transport for pupils of the kindergarten, primary school and secondary school 1st grade residents of the City of Arbus for which a request is submitted by the legally authorized parties.
Today Vivian Maier's work is compared with the major figures of street photography: Diane Arbus, Helen Levitt, or Garry Winogrand.
Together they learn that Stephen's grandfather, the dangerous and malicious Maxwell Arbus, is a cursecaster; Elizabeth is a spellseeker who may be able to siphon off curses; and the good and bad luck in the world is not as random as it seems.
Gross (art history, Savannah College of Art and Design) goes against the stereotype of New York photographer Diane Arbus as 'Sylvia Plath with a camera' in this examination of Arbus's work within the cultural, literary, and artistic milieu of the 1960s.
5 in Wortham Theater Center's Brown Theater, the new HGO production was a first foray into opera by Arin Arbus, the Associate Artistic Director ofTheatre for a New Audience, an off-Broadway company focused on classical drama.
His goal, as he mentions in his preface, is to get a clearer image of what Arbus was after, of what she was trying to say.
Meanwhile, Nick and Kurt's dental assistant buddy, Dale Arbus (Charlie Day), is sexually harassed on a daily basis by his conniving boss, Dr Julia Harris (Jennifer Aniston).
In the movie she plays the role of the brunette man-eater, who sexually harasses Charlie Day's character Dale Arbus.
Dorothea Lang documents "Woman of the High Plains" (1938): Amy Arbus photographed "Ann Magnuson on Park Avenue" (1981): Penny Diane Wolin's "That's His Mother.
I recently went to see the Diane Arbus photographic exhibition at National Museum Cardiff.