About this Event
Breaking down the barrier between photographer and subject, Larry Fink gives an intimate, in-the-moment look into the electrifying, bloodthirsty, vulnerable, and glory-filled world of men’s competitive boxing. Looking beyond machismo displays, Fink’s black-and-white photographs are deeply complex, highlighting the tender homosocial interactions that permeate life around the ring. These bold photographs reveal how race relations and social inequality in America are on display through modern-day sanctioned violence, while simultaneously giving a glimpse into the gentle moments that constitute the world of boxing as much as the fights themselves do.
This exhibition will be open for regular viewing hours in the fall. See our website for current hours.
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