From Vince Aletti’s review for The New Yorker:

Finke’s pictures, taken all over the country, document both sides of the law, but, whether we’re looking at Baltimore, Las Vegas, or Houston, the mood remains the same: restrained and reportorial. Like the marshals themselves, Finke was collecting evidence, and his images of uniformed officers climbing a tenement fire escape or wading into a sea of kudzu are as matter-of-fact as his still life of a bundle of dynamite.

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