Diane Arbus: Family Albums

Born to a wealthy Jewish-American family, Diane Arbus (1923–1971) was raised in affluent surroundings in New York City. Unlike her famous brother, the poet Howard Nemerov, she never attended college. At age 18 she married the aspiring photographer and actor Allan Arbus, and during the next twenty years the couple worked as professional photographers for […]

John Wood: On the Edge of Clear Meaning

John Wood (born 1922) has consistently challenged traditional photography, often incorporating painting, drawing, and collage as well as cliché verre, solarization, and offset lithography.

Downtown Pix: Mining the Fales Archives, 1961–1991

A non-profit arts organization founded in 1974, Creative Time promotes and supports public art. Utilizing unconventional and often overlooked spaces in New York City and elsewhere, Creative Time commissions artists to create installations and artworks that trigger dynamic conversations between site, audience, and context.