Clark’s portfolio, Untitled (KIDS), is made up of 15 cibachrome prints related to his current film, Kids. Again taking adolescence as his subject matter, Clark’s pictures are full of the fear, bravado, violence and vulnerability that mark that age.
Larry Clark is one of the seminal observers of our time. His images document the dispossessed, the socially deviant, the ignoble identity seekers. Influenced in the early 1960s by Bob Dylan and Lenny Bruce, Clark was also encouraged by the work of Robert Frank and W. Eugene Smith.