Rarely has a photographer captured the stark reality of life in its most distinct forms the way that famed photographer Diane Arbus did in the 1950s and ’60s. Today, her powerful work is just as relevant as it was then, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has put together the most complete presentation of the famed photographer’s work to date. DIANE ARBUS: REVELATIONS, includes a sampling of 200 of Arbus’ most important photographs (many of which have never been seen before), as well as cameras, contact sheets, and writings from Arbus’ personal library. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, October 25-February 8, 2004, (415) 357-4000, www.sfmoma.org