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Brian Finke: Construction

ISBN: 9780983394211 | 0983394210
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Distributed Art Pub Inc
Pub. Date: 9/30/2012

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Brian Finke (born 1976) turns his attention to New York City building sites for his third monograph, Construction. As with his previous series (which focused upon such subjects as flight attendants and high school cheerleaders and football players), the new work examines a group of peoplethis time construction workerswho are often represented in broad and stereotypical terms. Consistent with earlier projects, Finke zeroes in upon postures, expressions, and gestures, representing the individuals who comprise the group. While revealing diversity in uniformity, Finke also details the establishment of individual identities in the image of the larger group or industry. The artist states, "I have always been attracted to photographing within groups, immersing myself in the scene, almost becoming one of the members." And by submerging himself in a given stratum, Finke is able to shoot largely unnoticed. The result is a personalized view of the construction industry that seamlessly blends the heroic with the mundane. But in contrast with his earlier photographs, the images from Construction incorporate much more of the surrounding environments. Finke shoots the workers in relation to the machines they operate, and then contrasts the scale of these seemingly small men, women, and machines to the mammoth structures they erect.


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