With stark, honest portraits like this 1966 shot of James Brown ”at home in curlers, Queens, N.Y.,” Diane Arbus established herself as one of the most influential photographers of her generation. Though the native New Yorker died in 1971 at age 48, her legacy endures in the comprehensive new book ”Revelations” (Random House, $100), which includes 200 indelible black-and-white images.
Posted October 10 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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