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Larry Clark
Larry Clark

Offering sights of teenage sex, drug-use and violence sans artifice, photographer/director Larry Clark’s provocative vision of young adulthood has transformed contemporary cinema since his groundbreaking Tulsa and heart-wrenching Kids. Clark’s works portray youth in such a frank manner that they often embody a surreal, absurdist quality. Controversial and influential, his brutal phantasms of ecstasy and […]

Larry Clark: A Portrait of the Artist as an Outsiders
Larry Clark: A Portrait of the Artist as an Outsiders

Text by Mila Zuo Photographs by Brigette Sire Larry Clark is sometimes depicted as a detached voyeur whose books and films are a divination into the secret and seedy lives of teenagers. On the contrary – Clark is co-conspirator in his tales, whether by intimating the story via his own personal narrative of sex, drugs […]



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