Larry Fink Interview
I had a brief chat with Larry Fink last week, for ACP. We spoke during the media walkthru for “Road to Freedom” at the High Museum, an exhibition of Civil Rights photography that for me, was the most significant museum-going experience I’ve had in a long time. I hope to write about it more, soon.
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(Photo credit: © Larry Fink)
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