Over the course of his decades-long career, Larry Fink has produced works that have become part of the history of photography. They depict society and its class barriers in unexpected ways. Today, in his view, looking at the rich and the poor objectively, it would seem that human beings have no respect or regard for one another. Evil appears to balance out goodness.
In addition to some previously unpublished images, the exhibition features a selection of his best-known photographs, those taken at parties, in which celebrities play themselves in an exaggerated manner. These are juxtaposed with images of his neighbors, a particularly poor family, in Martins Creek, Pennsylvania