Clinton Fein is not afraid to make a statement.
This South African provocateur's vitriolic, darkly comic digital montages attack President Bush, his cabinet and his Iraq policies.
Bad-boy political artist Clinton Fein expects trouble and regularly gets it.
Clinton Fein’s imagery may go as far beyond the line as any in expressing sentiments about the current world situation
David Goldblatt, Graeme Williams and the irrepressible Clinton Fein represent two generations of photojournalists vigilantly documenting modern South African history.
…provocative political commentary…complex federal case… blistering material.
A very different reckoning of photography’s role in delivering the truth is offered by Clinton Fein
Perhaps Fein's camera, which demanded of his models full nudity and physical exhaustion, is as aggressive as the prison guard's club.
His art ranges over a variety of political issues, from urban blight to the masochistic and homoerotic implications of life in the military to the ongoing “war on terror” and erosion of American civil liberties.
The Supreme Court’s action had the effect of making the district court’s interpretation binding nationally. It was now the law of the land. In practical terms, therefore, the litigation gave Clinton Fein what he sought.