"Larry Fink: An American Life," an unprecedented exhibition in the region, consisted of 75 black-and-white photographs by the renowned artist, ranging from very early works on life in Manhattan, Harlem, the Bronx, Fifth Avenue, and the bohemian Greenwich Village, to a 2015 self-portrait taken at his home in rural Martins Creek, Pennsylvania, covering more than half a century of Larry Fink's personal history and inviting viewers to examine his "American" life. Curated by Marcello Marvelli, the exhibition was accompanied by a catalog with essays by Fink, Marvelli and Adrienne Samos. Fluctuating between improvisation, unparalleled intuition, the "eye of a globetrotter" and an "obsessive state of wonder," Fink invites viewers to tour his impressive body of work and connect through extensive interdisciplinary programming that featured diverse dialogues, workshops and an unforgettable musical event.
Larry Fink quiere que Panama se autorretrate
Larry Fink expone una vida americana a traves de su lente
Larry Fink: La foto de una conversación
Conversando con Larry Fink