Brooklyn-born photographer Larry Fink’s work, Sarah Vaughan, New York City, November 1988 was taken from amid the crowd rather than outside of it, revealing the sensitive core of interpersonal relationships. This print is produced through a process from the late 1880s that allows prints to be toned using a variety of compounds or minerals to create a wide range of subtle hues. This gelatin-silver print comes to us from Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.
"Sarah Vaughan, New York City, November 1988." Gelatin-silver print. Signed and numbered by the artist. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 10.75” H 15.75”. Overall dimensions: W 16” H 19”.
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