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Diane Arbus comes to London

Featuring more than 100 photographs, many of which have never been displayed in Europe before, Diane Arbus: In the Beginning comes to London’s Hayward Gallery from 13th February - 6th May

According to an article in the BJP, she was born Diane Nemerov in 1923, to a wealthy family in New York, Diane Arbus started out in photography shooting fashion with her husband, Allan Arbus, working for magazines such as Glamour, Vogue, and Harper’s Bazaar. In 1956 she quit commercial photography – apparently announcing “I can’t do it anymore. I’m not going to do it anymore” during a spring shoot for Vogue – and took to the streets, documenting passersby, and studying with Lisette Model. Quickly finding her signature style, her work was shown in the New Documents exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1967, which was curated by John Szarkowski and also included work by Garry Winogrand and Lee Friedlander.

Image: Jack Dracula at a bar, New London, Connecticut, 1961. Courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York/ Copyright © The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC

Her work proved divisive, and has remained so – some, mostly notably Susan Sontag, judging it coldly voyeuristic, others feeling a sense of empathy. Arbus’ subjects often came from outside of her personal sphere, the circus, for example, or New York’s clubs, and she herself stated that her favourite thing was “to go where I’ve never been”. On the other hand, she could also find a sense of the unsettling in Central Park. In 1971, she took her own life.

Coming to London’s Hayward Gallery in Spring, Diane Arbus: In the Beginning was first shown in New York’s Met Breuer in 2016, and concentrates on her early work from 1956-62. Featuring more than 100 photographs – many of which have never been shown in Europe before, and are drawn from the Diane Arbus Archive gifted to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2007 by her daughters – it includes images of children and eccentrics, shoppers and transvestites. “Most people go through life dreading they’ll have a traumatic experience,” Arbus once remarked. “Freaks were born with their trauma. They’ve already passed their test in life. They’re aristocrats.”

Diane Arbus: In the Beginning is on show from 13th February – 6th May 2019 at Hayward Gallery, London

Website: BJP Article

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ZEISS launch 2019 Photography Awards
The ZEISS Photography Award is now in its fourth year – and is calling on ambitious photographers from across the globe to present their work around the theme “Seeing Beyond – The Unexpected” to the international jury of experts.

Information about CEPIC Congress 2019
The CEPIC Congress is the largest networking hub for photo agencies worldwide and will take place in Paris – for the first time – from 5th to 7th June 2019.

Arno Schidlowski: Inner Skies Exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery
Inner Skies presents two recent bodies of work from photographer, Arno Schidlowski. Taking inspiration from literary and artistic romantic traditions that harness nature to convey an internal state of mind, Schidlowski’s long-term photographic explorations use landscapes as a way of expressing mood and emotion.

fotofringe 2019 is now taking bookings
fotofringe 2019 is now ready for booking. Thursday 21 March 2019, this fotofringe extends an extra special welcome to European and overseas picture agencies, publishers and image users of all kinds. If you are looking for stills and/or footage, this is for you.

Photographers Angry at Alamy Royalty Cut
Contributor commissions will reduced from 50% to 40% in 2019, triggering widespread anger and protests among the photography community.

Magnum Starts Online Street Photography Course
Magnum Photos has launched a $99 online education programme hosted by Magnum photographers, including Bruce Gilden, Martin Parr, Susan Meiselas, Richard Kalvar, Carolyn Drake, Peter van Agtmael and Mark Power, and industry professionals.

New coffee-table book by photographer Perry Mastrovito
Award-winning Quebec- based photographer Perry Mastrovito has just released a new coffee-table book - Old Homes of Quebec volume 2.

Monkey Business Images Announces Sudden Passing of C.E.O. Cathy Yeulet
It is with great sadness that the team at Monkey Business Images announces the sudden passing of Cathy Yeulet their C.E.O.

Court Rejects Asset Sale To Pay Judgment In Photo Infringement Case
Jim Erickson of Erickson Productions, a well-known stock photography and video company in Petaluma, California, sued the defendant Kraig Kast in September 2013 and was eventually awarded over 600,000 dollars, but the courts have refused his attempt to recover monies owed from properties owned by the defendant.

Autograph Gallery - Young London Photographers
The gallery’s latest exhibition is Common Ground - featuring new work by 16 to 19 year-old London photographers, responding to the shifting political and cultural climate they live in.

UK Picture Editors' Guild Awards Open for Entries
These prizes are for outstanding photography from the world of news, royalty, sport, business, fashion and entertainment.

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019 - Shortlist Announcement
The four artists shortlisted for the prestigious Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019 are Laia Abril, Susan Meiselas, Arwed Messmer and Mark Ruwedel. The winner of the 30,000 pound prize will be announced at a special award ceremony held at The Photographers' Gallery on 16th May 2019.

Diane Arbus comes to London
Featuring more than 100 photographs, many of which have never been displayed in Europe before, Diane Arbus: In the Beginning comes to London's Hayward Gallery from 13th February - 6th May

Alice Mann's All-Female Drum Majorette Series Wins the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2018
Alice Mann has won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2018 for her portrait series on the all-female teams of drum majorettes in South Africa's Western Province. The 15,000 pound award was presented to the South African photographer at an awards ceremony at the National Portrait Gallery, London on Tuesday 16th October 2018.

20,000 Adobe Stock Contributors to get Photography Plan Free for a Year
Adobe is trying to add incentives to get people to contribute to its photo library Adobe Stock. The first 20,000 contributors who have more than 300 images approved or have sold more than $500 worth of images will get an Adobe Creative Cloud free subscription for a year.

Frieze London Opens This Week
Frieze London features more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries. View and buy art from over 1,000 of today’s leading artists, and experience the fair’s critically acclaimed curated sections and Talks programme.

BAPLA FOCUS Event Only One Week Left to Book
Have you booked your tickets for BAPLA FOCUS yet? Only one week left before sales close. It takes place on Thursday 4th October at the Museum of London.

The North American Indian by Edward S Curtis – in Pictures
A stunning record of vanishing Native American tribes, one of the earliest complete versions of Edward S Curtis’s early 20th-century work, will be offered for auction in its original binding by Swann Auction Galleries in New York on 18 October, with an estimate of $1m-$1.5m, according to The Guardian.

Impact Photos Images to Be Returned to Photographers
Images held in warehouse in Somerset, UK, to be offered to photographers to reclaim their work before the warehouse is closed and the contents disposed of.

Shocking, Sad News – Scott Braut Obituary
It is with deep sorrow that DMLA announces the passing of Scott Braut who was the Head of Content at Adobe. He was only 46 years old.

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