American, 1941 -
"[Fink's] mastery of the electronic flash and high contrast printing creates a sensuality in the social and gestural postures of his subjects as well as rich textures unexpected in such documentation. In his prototypical American scenes, Fink reveals moments that are usually left undiscovered with a detachment and self consciousness which differentiates the "new" from the original social photographers."--DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
"Larry Fink's photos of these men read as fragments of an ongoing narrative, a story told, for all its theatricality, with a tenderness close to rapture." --Village Voice on Larry Fink's "Boxing".
Larry Fink began his professional career as a photographer over 40 years ago. Since then, he has received many awards including two Guggenheim Fellowships in photography, two NEA Grants, The Seattle Arts Council Grant, and two New York State Council on the Arts (CAPS) Fellowships. Some of the magazines that have displayed Fink's work include, The New Yorker, GQ, Vanity Fair, and The New York Times. Fink has been a professor of Photography at Bard College since the mid 1980's.