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MOCA Jacksonville: ReFocus- Photography in the 70s
« on: July 14, 2012, 01:14:21 PM »
MOCA Jacksonville: ReFocus- Photography in the 70s



Gritty social documentation emerged beginning in the 1970s, when photographers such as Larry Clark and Nan Goldin documented alternative lifestyles involving drug addiction, transvestism, and casual sex. Such direct, unflinching photographs established intimate documentary work as an important genre in the late 20th century, continuing the example set by photographer Diane Arbus.

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