Exhibition for hire :

Most Muscular

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As with his earlier work, Finke transforms what might be a standard photojournalistic project into something much more complex and wholly unique. In many ways, Bodybuilding is a direct continuation of the artist’s earlier interest in and exploration of athleticism — the pageantry and ritual, in addition to the artifice and irony of diversity within uniformity. At its most fundamental, this project comments upon our society’s obvious obsession with the body and appearances. Finke’s subjects have taken cultural standards of beauty to heart, and then pushed them beyond all comprehensible limits. Yet, without judgement or reproof (and instead with lighthearted humor), Finke opens our eyes to the inanity o four own obsessions.
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Global insurance value
£ 9000
20 Chromogenic prints, framed in 20x20, 30x30, and 40x40 inch white lacquer frames.

Art Shipper and Insurance required, covering insured value of $12,000.00 USD.

Press Release
ClampArt Gallery, NYC October- December 2005
Press Release-MostMuscular.pdf
“Gallery Listings,” The New York Times (November 25, 2005), p. E33 “Short List,” The New Yorker (November 14, 2005), p. 24, full-color illus. “Brian Finke: Most Muscular,” Eyemazing (January 2006), Issue 1, p. 173, color illus. “Les bodybuilders de Brian Finke,” PHOTO (December 2005), p. 12, full-color illus. Stephen D’Agostino, “Body of Work,” New York Blade (November 18, 2005), cover, p. 22, full-color illus. Jennifer Snow, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice (November 16 – 22, 2005), p. 79 (Critic’s Pick) “’Roid Ragin’,” HX Magazine (November 11, 2005), p. 58, full-color illus. “Art Listings,” Time Out New York (November 10 – 16, 2005), p. 71 The L Magazine (November 9 – November 22, 2005), p. 62, illus. Préf (October 2005), Issue 11, pp. 142-9, full-color illus.

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