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Untitled (Cheerleading #116), 2002
Signed, numbered, and dated (archival label, verso)
C-Type Print
30 x 30 in, Edition of 4 + 2APs, SOLD OUT
15 x 15 in, Edition of 10 + 2APs, $1500
Please note that prices increase as editions sell.

For several years, artist Brian Finke, traveled across the country photographing high school and college-level cheerleaders and football players. Mixing artificial and natural light, Finke has developed his own distinctive documentary style, his work functioning on a number of levels. In one sense, the cheerleader and football works are highly ambivalent images, revealing diversity in uniformity as manifested by the construction of individual identities within the image of the team. In addition, by addressing social behaviors, self-definition, and sexuality, Finke documents the rocky trail of adolescence while avoiding casting a judgmental eye, choosing instead to tell lighthearted stories with respect and masterly imbuing his photographs with humor and life.

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Untitled (Cheerleading #116), 2002 (2002)
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Untitled (Cheerleading #116), 2002
Signed, numbered, and dated (archival label, verso)
C-Type Print
30 x 30 in, Edition of 4 + 2APs, SOLD OUT
15 x 15 in, Edition of 10 + 2APs, $1500
Please note that prices increase as editions sell.

For several years, artist Brian Finke, traveled across the country photographing high school and college-level cheerleaders and football players. Mixing artificial and natural light, Finke has developed his own distinctive documentary style, his work functioning on a number of levels. In one sense, the cheerleader and football works are highly ambivalent images, revealing diversity in uniformity as manifested by the construction of individual identities within the image of the team. In addition, by addressing social behaviors, self-definition, and sexuality, Finke documents the rocky trail of adolescence while avoiding casting a judgmental eye, choosing instead to tell lighthearted stories with respect and masterly imbuing his photographs with humor and life.

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C-print

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Brian Finke's visual cultural commentary focuses on authenticity and the absurdity of everyday life and the range of human behavior. A stylized documentarian and trained photojournalist, Finke’s honesty and... Read more

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