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"Anonymity," according to curator Gilles Mora, is a world in which "the signs of otherness and even of variety are wiped out." It is also the theme of the 32nd Rencontres Arles, the French photography festival of which Mora is the artistic director (July 3-8; exhibitions through August 19). Among the notable street, portrait, and architectural photographers on view are Peter Lindbergh, Diane Arbus, James Casebere, and Garry Winogrand (Houston, 1964), who, it is seldom realized, also shot in color throughout his career. A selection of that work will be exhibited here for the first time.


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