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Winogrand – Diane Arbus

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Published by the Museum of Modern Art in 2017 (here). Hardcover, 9 1/3 x 10 4/5 inches, 168 pages, with 147
black-and-white and color reproductions, $45. This is an historical analysis/recreation of the 1967 MoMA
exhibition. Edited by Sarah Hermanson Meister, who also wrote the main essay. Additional materials include a new
essay by Max Kozloff, along with his original review in The Nation (along with reviews from other contemporary
publications), installation shots, full-page photos of works in the show (as well as reproductions of color slides by
Winogrand that were accidentally destroyed), a checklist, a roster of guests invited to the opening (and photos of
the event), as well wall text by and correspondence from the curator John Szarkowski. The end papers of the
catalog are diagrams of the exhibition’s dimensions and the position of each artist’s work within it. (Cover and
spread shots below.)

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