I am attempting to solve the argument maximization problem

$$\arg\sup_x \{ \langle x,l \rangle − f_1(x)−f_2(x) \} \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ (1)$$

where the functions $f_1$ and $f_2$ are concave but difficult to evaluate but their convex conjugates $f^∗_1$ and $f^∗_2$ are easy to evaluate. We can further assume that $f^∗_1$ and $f^∗_2$ are differentiable and that we can evaluate their gradients. Since the sum operation is dual to the infimal convolution (or epi-sum) operation

$$(g\#h)(x) = \inf_w \{ g(x−w) + h(w) \} $$

the standard maximization problem is easy to compute by duality using the identity

$$\sup_x\{⟨x,l⟩−f_1(x)−f_2(x)\}=\inf_w \ \{ f^*_1(l−w) + f^∗_2(w) \}.$$

Is it possible to compute the solution to problem $(1)$ is an analogous manner, making only calls to the conjugate functions $f^∗_1$ and $f^∗_2$ or their gradients?