Coursework

Research point on Diane Arbus

I do agree with the statement that Daniel Oppenheimer says in his biographical essay on Arbus saying “Arbus, perhaps more than any other photographer before and after, forces us to question the morality of photography. What is it that we’re doing when we take a picture, and what gives us the right?” In one way Arubus’s work forces us to question the morality of photography as in today’s world it is a lot harder to photograph people on the street, as well as children due to the change of laws from the 70s and 2015.

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