DIANE ARBUS | ‘FOUR PEOPLE AT A GALLERY OPENING, N.Y.C.’
‘FOUR PEOPLE AT A GALLERY OPENING, N.Y.C.’
gelatin silver print, signed, titled, dated and editioned '38/75' by Doon Arbus, the photographer's daughter, in ink and with the 'A Diane Arbus Photograph,' copyright, and reproduction rights stamps on the reverse, framed, a Ginny Williams Collection label on the reverse, 1968, printed posthumously by Neil Selkirk (Aperture, unpaginated)
14¾ by 14¼ in. (37.5 by 36.2 cm.)
This print, on double-weight Agfa paper, is in generally excellent condition. There are some very faint handling creases visible in raking light, including a sharp crease in the center left that does not appear to break the emulsion. '12/89' and 'RMG#A 8905.149-0' are written in an unidentified hand in pencil on the reverse.
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Robert Miller Gallery, New York, 1992
Denver and Aspen, Ginny Williams Gallery, Diane Arbus and Manuel Neri, February – April 1992