New York, 537 West 20th Street
Inaugurating their collaboration as co-representatives of The Estate of Diane Arbus, David Zwirner and Fraenkel Gallery display the first complete presentation of Diane Arbus’s Untitled series. One of the most original and influential photographers of the twentieth century Diane Arbus’ (1923–1971) sixty-six images were made at residences for people with developmental disabilities places. Arbus repeatedly returned to for picnics, for dances, and at Halloween between 1969 and 1971, the last years of her life to photograph people. She made many of the images outdoors, in natural light, both with and without a flash. The presentation includes several images that have never before been exhibited.