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Larry Fink

Fink, Larry

Code 3154
ISBN: 9780714840222
Publisher: 0


?Known as the 'Jack Kerouac of photography', this is the perfect introduction to the work of American photographer Larry Fink (b.1941)
?The first and only book to assess the entirety of Fink's 40-year career as a photographer, during which he celebrated the expressiveness of the human body and its colourful, energetic sensuality
?Fink's genius is shown chronologically through images that meld social commentary with exquisite pictorial composition
?Picture-by-picture commentary text provides a fresh perspective on Fink's life and work, placing him in the context of his time and within the history of photography

In The Press

'Liberally illustrated with images of capricious, and occasionally malicious, glee.' (Photography Monthly)

About the author(s)

Laurie Dahlberg is Associate Professor at Bard College (Annandale, New York), where she is jointly appointed to the programmes in Art History and Photography. A former curator and author of numerous publications in the history of photography, including Victor Regnault and The Advance of Photography: The Art of Avoiding Errors (2005), she is currently at work on a cultural study of early domestic photography.

Text: English
Hardback: 245 x 210 mm, 9 5/8 x 8 1/4 in
56 Duotone Images, 128 pp
ISBN-13: 9780714840222
ISBN-10: 071484022X