Arbus Archives Going to the Met
Scholars rejoice about A Big Gift for the Met.
“Even though he was one of the curators who helped organize â€œDiane Arbus Revelations,â€ the traveling exhibition that stopped at the Met in 2005, he said he had not really had the chance to â€œdig deepâ€ into her archival material, which starts in 1923.”
It was a bit strange how this news landed in my rss reader:
In other news, Mr. Hine’s been killing it lately over on Shorpy.
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