Article Number: 2228
German, 2 Pages, 1996, Secession


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The photographic works by the American artist Larry Clark in the Vienna Secession were created between 1992 and 1995 and are unusual in many respects. Not only do they represent the first series of colour photographs to be pub-lished by Clark (his earlier series were in black and white), but they also feature the photographic series that was created immediately before the shooting of his film "Kids", which meet with a great media interest when it was shown in cinemas in 1995.

Compared to his earlier photographic works such as "Tulsa" (1971), which appeared in book form and established his reputation as a photographic artist, and "Teenage Lust" (1983/87), more recent works seem to be more arbitrary snapshots of youth culture. While the youths in "Tulsa" and "Teenage Lust" often seem in their nudity and sexuality to be a mis en scene of beautiful, coolly