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 Larry Clark  (1943 - )

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Lived/Active: California/Oklahoma      Known for: naive figure-genre, photographer

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Larry Clark was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1943 to Frances Clark, a baby photographer, and Lewis Clark. He graduated from Central High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Attended Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and studied under Walter Sheffer and Gerard Bakker.

Clark's first book, "Tulsa," (1971) was a collection of photographs that he took of his friends over a nine-year period, "and we all took a lot of drugs; my friends got into crime, and I was kind of an outlaw back in that period myself" Clark explains. People suggested that he make a movie based on "Tulsa," but didn't want to copy himself. He came upon Eddie Little's manuscript, "Kids" which was about the same kind of lifestyle, "I felt I could go back to some familiar territory and blend some things I know about the lifestyle in with his book" (Clark).

Clark's film debut was the movie "Kids" (1995). He was already well known for his revolutionary photographic body of work, including the books Tulsa (1971), Teenage Lust (1982), and Perfect Childhood (1992).

Clark's work has become more narrative since the beginning of the 1990s. Using photographic sequences, video recordings, statues from television footage, collages from newspaper articles and photographs taken by himself and others.

Source:
Astrid Wege, "Art at the Turn of the Millennium"
Scott Tobias, Interview on February 18, 1999, www.theavclub.com

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