The Fine Print

Larry Fink, whose work appears frequently in Mother Jones, describes his portrait above as “photographic doodling with seditious purpose.” “Studio 54, New York City, May 1977” captures “the hippest, the hottest, and finally, in the dim light of things to come, the sexual plague, nature’s trick. There I was, left-leaning, hungry, full of inner noise.” The photo is one of five images available in the 1995 MoJo International Fund for Documentary Photography fine print portfolio, which supports photographers worldwide. Another: “Chimpanzee with Curtain” by James Balog.