The Met Breuer turns its attention to the early work of Diane Arbus, whose most famous shots captured the everyday strangeness of the world with an unsettling intimacy. The show, spanning the years 1956 to 1962, includes many photos that have never been seen before, tracing the development of Arbus’ idiosyncratic and poignant approach to portraiture and street photography. For more information, visit metmuseum.org.
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Photo: Kate Glicksberg