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The Met Looks Over Arbus's Career
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The Met Looks Over Arbus's Career

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The Met Looks Over Arbus's Career

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This past week, the Metropolitan Museum of Art In New York launched its first-ever major retrospective of the photographs of Diane Arbus. Arbus died at the age of 48, in 1971. Host Jacki Lyden speaks with people who who were close to Arbus about her art and personality.

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