The show drew huge crowds and praise for the humanity and formal beauty of her work. But some found her images disturbing, even repellent:
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Legacy Staff 8 years ago. Human Behavior. The editor produced exactingly hard-won images, now classics of American 20th-century photography.
How Diane Arbus Became ‘Arbus’
Energy, some special kind of energy, just leaks out and I am left lacking the confidence even to cross the street. A bust-length portrait, from the same year, of an older woman standing on the street, bareheaded, eyes shut, face turned up, is among many Arbus depictions of what appear to be states of psychic transport.