The sixties and the nineties, face to face, unveil their atmospheres thanks to the unconventional images by Larry Fink displayed at Armani / Silos, in Milan (first time for a one-man photography exhibition at the venue). The Beats and The Vanities is a quite exciting opportunity to get a special insight into this photographer’s idiosyncratic vision and to appreciate his sense of “sensual empathy”.
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