Diane Arbus was an iconic photographer who is renowned for taking thought-provoking, emotionally charged images in the mid-20th century. She specialized in photographing people on the fringes of society; those who are often overlooked and excluded from the mainstream. Her subjects ranged from drag queens and circus performers to transgender individuals and identical twins. She captured her subjects in a way that was both intimate and compassionate, leaving viewers with a sense of unease and a feeling of wanting to know more. Arbus' photography is timeless and her legacy as an artist continues to remain relevant today.