Larry Clark makes art out of real life. It’s not always pretty, but it aims to ring true.
This is evident in Clark’s new solo show, which opens Saturday as the inaugural exhibit inside a new 4,500-square-foot complex created by United Talent Agency called UTA Artist Space. The filmmaker and photographer, 74, said that even though he has staged many shows in more than 50 years, this one has him more excited and nervous than he’s been in a long time.
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