Conversations on Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art with Larry Clark, Ryan McGinley, and Sylvia Wolf March 25, 2003 SW: Welcome. I am Sylvia Wolf, the Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography at the Whitney Museum of American Art. I am delighted to be joined by Ryan McGinley and Larry Clark. We come […]
Cover of Tulsa (1963-1971) by Larry Clark “People like Robert Frank inspired me. But I was really influenced more by people like Lenny Bruce.” By Raphaël Cuir, Art Press, August 2007 A year ago, seven short films by Marina Abramovic, Matthew Barney, Gaspar Noé, Richard Prince, Marco Brambilla, Sam Taylor-Wood and Larry Clark were […]
still image from Impaled @ Larry Clark Educating Larry Clark By Philippa Hawker, originally published in The Age, September 2007 The Destricted project was, in many ways, an invitation to go too far – to test boundaries and to step outside them. It’s a feature film made up of seven short works by seven […]
Reflections with Larry Clark A series of interviews of artists. Directed by Matt Black. NOWNESS.com
By Megan Bradley, first published in Volume 3 of the Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Art History Memory is largely based on lived experience. We remember important events that mark the passage of time, and as we get further away from those events our memories may be distorted; we lose details and make additions along the […]
Untitled (Muddy Girl, New Mexico) from Teenage Lust By Sudhir Mahadevan, excerpt from Where the Boys are: Cinemas of Masculinity and Youth (2005) Larry Clark has made three feature films that have been released commercially, Kids (1995), Another Day in Paradise (1998), and Bully (2001). Since Bully, he has directed a made-for-cable remake of one […]
Film by Alessandro Simonetti Edit by Luca Campanale Interview by Jules Kim Music by Chris Zabriskie ASX CHANNEL: LARRY CLARK
Untitled (Hustling in Times Square), 1979 @ Larry Clark Interview by Didier Péron, excerpt from Vogue Hommes International, Spring 2013 / Issue n°17 Are you fascinated by the web ? It’s a kids thing. I’ve just hit 70, and I’m more distanced from it, but if you want to understand our times you can’t […]
from Kids, Larry Clark By E. Margolis, Arizona State University, Humanity & Society, Volume 20, Number 2, May 1996 You have seen their faces. In the core of every American city young kids wander the streets getting stoned, spare changing, fighting, scratching, and hanging out. They wear tribal badges: tattoos, camo clothes and skin heads, […]
Still from Ken Park, 2002 Pataphysics Magazine Interview with Larry Clark (From the Holiday Resort issue, 2003. Brought to ASX by Yanni Florence and Pataphysics Magazine) Pataphysics: They’re all recent these images aren’t they? Larry Clark: They’re not so old – some are, I don’t know exactly, but they’re done within the last few years. […]
The cover photograph of Larry Clark’s book ‘Teenage Lust’ is a gorgeously lit rectangle of boy/girl flesh on the seat of a car, her hand around his penis, his hand at her crotch, their tongues touching. By Ellen Wallenstein, Spot Magazine, Fall 1985 The cover photograph of Larry Clark’s book Teenage Lust is […]
Untitled (from Tulsa), 1971 Death is More Perfect Than Life: Larry Clark By Jill Conner, Afterimage, May-June, 2005 The conformity that saturated American society in the postwar 1950s created unreal expectations among the population due to the media’s use of advertisements and television shows to portray an orderly lifestyle full of hope and promise within […]
STATEMENT: Artist decided not to give statement. CREDITS: Directed by Larry Clark Executive Producer: Michele Civetta Editor: Alex Blatt A Quintessence Films Production ONEDREAMRUSH is a spark of inspiration that sought to ignite imaginations across the world. The film showcase brought together internationally known filmmakers, artists, futurists and all-around visionaries to produce 42 films on […]
Larry Clark and Elizabeth Neilson in conversation following the UK premiere of Clark’s 1968 film ‘Tulsa’ at Zabludowicz Collection, London.
Tulsa 29, 1971 Half the commercial photographers in America have ripped Clark off at one time or another. By Jim Lewis, Originally Published in Manhattan File, September – October, 1997 One afternoon earlier this year (1997), a woman called the Luhring Augustine Gallery on 24th Street from an apartment in SoHo. She understood […]
Filmmaker Jay Rodan and Cinematographer Daniel Herman capture on film the collaborative effort between Marc Jacobs, Larry Clark, and Tiffany Limos for the DDD magazine editorial spread entitled “Marc on Clark” shot by Kayt Jones. Marc Jacobs clothing reinterprets Larry Clark’s cinematic offerings in this beautiful montage.
By Larry Clark, Camera 35, Jan/Feb, 1971, Pg. 54 I was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in January 1943. When I was 16 I started shooting valo. Valo was a nasel inhaler you could buy at the drugstore for a dollar with a tremendous amount of amphetamine in it. We would work up a shot and […]
vernissage presse de l’exposition de Larry Clark au M.A.M.