They Thought I Were But I Aren’t Anymore… is Larry Clark’s first solo show in Paris since Kiss the Past Hello at the Musée d’Art Moderne in 2010. Covering the whole of his career, They Thought I Were But I Aren’t Anymore features photos shot with a Rolleiflex in 1961, pictures of Clark’s mother and a portrait of his friend, Johnny Bridges.
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