2000 Avenue of the Stars
Century City CA 90067
Events / Arts & Theater

Iris Nights - Larry Fink

April 27
6:30-8:30 PM
Annenberg Space for Photography: Century City

Event Overview

Though Larry Fink has been a professor at Bard College for 29 years, it’s been said that he’s taught “from Yale to jail” for more than 55 years. A working photographer for six decades, his shows have run around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, the Andalucian Center of Photography in Spain and Musee de l’Elysee in Lausanne, Switzerland. He’s also been the recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships, two National Endowment of the Arts grants and, most recently, ICP’s Infinity Award for Fine Art Photography. Fink has worked for The New York Times magazine, Vanity FairBloomberg and many other publications, both current and extinct. He has produced 14 monographs.

Fink will discuss his wide range of experiences with his ever-inquisitive camera, documenting the lives of “the rich and poor, the jerks and the saints, the happy and the sad.”

Parking Information:
Parking can be accessed from Constellation Boulevard or Olympic Boulevard. $1.00 flat rate with validation. Please bring your parking garage ticket with you in order to have it validated by our staff. We do not provide validation for valet parking.

Event Overview

Though Larry Fink has been a professor at Bard College for 29 years, it’s been said that he’s taught “from Yale to jail” for more than 55 years. A working photographer for six decades, his shows have run around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, the Andalucian Center of Photography in Spain and Musee de l’Elysee in Lausanne, Switzerland. He’s also been the recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships, two National Endowment of the Arts grants and, most recently, ICP’s Infinity Award for Fine Art Photography. Fink has worked for The New York Times magazine, Vanity FairBloomberg and many other publications, both current and extinct. He has produced 14 monographs.

Fink will discuss his wide range of experiences with his ever-inquisitive camera, documenting the lives of “the rich and poor, the jerks and the saints, the happy and the sad.”

Parking Information:
Parking can be accessed from Constellation Boulevard or Olympic Boulevard. $1.00 flat rate with validation. Please bring your parking garage ticket with you in order to have it validated by our staff. We do not provide validation for valet parking.